Baby, Toddler &
Family Directory

Search thousands of pregnancy to pre-school related groups, classes and resources:

Family Law Solicitors

Find your local family Law solicitor & divorce lawyer

locator button



Are you in need of expert legal advice and support in matters of family and divorce law?

At MyBump2Baby, we understand that navigating the complexities of family and divorce law can be overwhelming, especially during emotionally challenging times. That’s why we have partnered with one trusted family law solicitor in each area across the UK, ensuring that you have access to the right legal expertise for you, from the right legal team for you, locally.

You can easily find your nearest family law solicitor in seconds on our directory.

Finding a Solicitor

On the MyBump2Baby website, you can find one exclusive and trusted family law solicitor in each town throughout the UK- all you need to do is enter your location into our search bar or click on your location below.

You will then be shown your nearest, trusted family law solicitor on our website.

Why Should You Should Apply to be a MyBum2Baby chosen Family Law Solicitor?

  • Increased Visibility

    Get your name and services in front of potential clients actively seeking family law assistance.

  • Targeted Audience

    Connect with individuals in your local area who require your specific expertise in family law matters.

  • Credibility

    Showcase your qualifications and experience to build trust with potential clients.

Apply Now

    What Can We Help With?

    At MyBump2Baby, our trusted family law solicitors can assist you with a wide range of family and divorce law matters.

    Divorce and Separation

    We understand how emotionally challenging divorce and separation can be. Our experienced family law solicitors will guide you through the legal process, including child custody, division of assets, and more.

    Child Custody and Visitation

    When it comes to matters involving children, we understand the need for clear custody arrangements, to prevent any confusion and protect your child’s well-being.
    Our family law solicitors will work with you to establish child custody and visitation schedules, that not only consider your circumstances but also consider the best interests of your children.

    Cohabitation Agreements

    When you’re in a committed relationship and living together without being married, it’s vital to establish legal agreements that safeguard your rights and assets. Our experienced solicitors specialize in creating cohabitation agreements that comprehensively cover financial matters, property ownership, and other essential aspects.

    Domestic Abuse and Protection Orders

    If you find yourself facing domestic violence or seeking protection from an abusive situation, our solicitors are here to support you every step of the way. We can provide guidance and assistance in obtaining protective orders, ensuring your safety and well-being remain paramount.

    The Full List

    • Divorce Proceedings and Separation
    • Child Custody
    • Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
    • Domestic Abuse
    • Forced Marriages
    • Relationship Breakdown
    • Civil Partnership
    • Child Abduction
    • Grandparents’ Rights
    • Court Proceedings
    • Legal Advice
    • Child Arrangements
    • Family Mediation
    • and more …

    Here is how you know you are choosing the right family law solicitor

    • Experience and Specialization

      Look for a solicitor with extensive experience and specialization in family law. They should have a deep understanding of family law issues such as divorce, child custody, financial settlements, and domestic violence. Choose a solicitor who has successfully handled cases similar to yours and has a track record of achieving favorable outcomes for their clients.

    • Professional Accreditation

      Check if the solicitor is accredited by reputable legal organizations such as the Law Society or Resolution. Accreditation demonstrates that the solicitor has met high standards of professionalism and expertise in the field of family law. Additionally, look for solicitors who are members of specialist family law panels or organizations, indicating their commitment to continuous professional development and excellence in family law practice.

    • Client Testimonials and Reviews

      Seek recommendations from friends, family, or colleagues who have worked with family law solicitors in the past. Additionally, read online reviews and testimonials to gauge the solicitor’s reputation and client satisfaction. A reputable solicitor should have positive reviews and testimonials from satisfied clients who can attest to their professionalism, expertise, and effectiveness in handling family law matters.

    • Communication and Approachability

      Choose a solicitor who communicates clearly, listens attentively, and responds promptly to your inquiries and concerns. Family law matters can be emotionally challenging, so it’s important to work with a solicitor who is empathetic, approachable, and supportive throughout the legal process. A good solicitor will keep you informed at every step, explain legal concepts in plain language, and involve you in decision-making regarding your case.

    • Cost Transparency and Fee Structure

      Discuss the solicitor’s fee structure and ensure that you fully understand how they charge for their services. A reputable solicitor should provide transparent and detailed information about their fees, including hourly rates, fixed fees, and any additional costs or disbursements. They should also offer clarity on payment terms, billing procedures, and potential funding options such as legal aid or payment plans. Choosing a solicitor who is transparent about costs and offers fair pricing ensures that you can budget effectively and avoid any financial surprises during your legal proceedings.

    Latest Family Law Articles

    Skip the legal jargon with our easy-to-read family law articles.

    We have plenty of family law articles which you can instantly access on our website, on many different family law topics.

    Labour’s proposed cohabitation law changes – what could this mean for couples? - here are more than 3.6 million cohabiting…
    Nowadays, as an application for Divorce is dealt with using the online service and does not require a reason to…
    It is essential to have several legal documents in place, particularly when starting a family, but many individuals believe they…
      On the anniversary of the Law Commission’s call for surrogacy law to be overhauled [29th March], JCP Solicitors’ Angela…
    Making the decision to introduce a new partner to your children is a significant but sensitive step in your journey.…
    The cost-of-living crisis has added tension, financial pressure, stress, and money anxiety to couples and their relationships. Money can be…
    More Articles