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FAMILY LAW SOLICITORS

Whether your marriage or relationship has broken down, or you are protecting yourself, your assets or your family for the future, our family law experts can guide you through the complexities of family law (using language that you will understand), resolving issues sensitively through constructive and efficient  communication.

Our record of success speaks for itself, but our satisfied clients are our best advocates.

A special thanks and appreciation for Asieh from the family department. She was very helpful and professional during my divorce proceedings and explained everything as and when I needed.I would highly recommend Asieh as a family solicitor to anyone going through a stressful divorce. Ms.Mah

Asieh Salehzehi

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All about Family Law

Divorce

If you are considering a divorce, then this can a very stressful time in your life. Our divorce solicitors are able to guide you through the process with professionalism and sensitivity. We offer fixed fees for the simplest cases. Divorce is the legal end to a marriage. Only a court in the UK can grant a divorce, however this process often does not require you to attend court. Our divorce solicitors can handle the case for you.

Child arrangements orders

After a divorce, it is essential that arrangements are put in place that secure the interests of your children. A child arrangement order (CAO) is an order that regulates arrangements for your children.

Cohabitation agreement

Sets out terms on how you and your partner will share finances, childcare and other important things during your period of living together.

Finances

Sorting out the finances after a divorce can be one of the most difficult arrangements to agree. Either spouse or civil partner can make an application to court to resolve financial disputes arising from divorce or civil partnership dissolution. The person making the application is the applicant and the other person is the respondent.

Separation agreement

People who are already married or in a civil partnership can enter into a written agreement setting out what they intend to happen to their money, property and other practical issues as a consequence of their current or planned separation. This written agreement is called a separation agreement. Separation agreements are usually entered into by parties who are separating, but who do not want to divorce or dissolve their civil partnership at that time, perhaps for religious or practical reasons. 

Spousal maintenance

When separating or divorcing from your partner, you may be entitled to receive from, or you may have to pay, maintenance. These payments referred to as spousal maintenance, are part of a financial settlement agreement on separation.

Prenuptial agreements

A pre-nuptual agreement is entered into by a couple planning to enter a marriage or civil partnership. Pre-nuptial agreements detail what the parties intend to happen to their money and property if their marriage or civil partnership were to end.

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Meet the Family Team

Asieh Salehzehi

I am a senior Family solicitor. I qualified as a solicitor in July 2011 and I am a member of Resolution.
I undertake and specialise in all aspects of Family Law. My experience extends to all private family matters including Divorce and Judicial Separation, Financial matters arising between husband and wives, cohabitees and civil partners, all matters relating to children, Pre and Post Nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements and Domestic Violence Injunctions including obtaining Non-Molestation and occupation orders. I act for client’s at all levels from county court to high court.

Outside of work I am involved with doing charity work and I am a Trustee of Laila Salehzehi charitable foundation (LSCF) a registered charity in England and Wales. I organise various fundraising events and raise funds for various charitable causes worldwide.

Solicitor

Natalie Thomas

Natalie is a paralegal at Hodders Solicitors. Natalie joined Hodders in 2015 and came from a legal background. Natalie has specialised in Wills, probate and family law.