At Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors we can offer you family mediation and collaborative law as a way to help you deal with your separation or divorce in a non-conflict way, benefiting everyone involved. Find out more here ...
When the nature of your profession can cause tremendous strain and stress for you, your spouse or partner and the family and people around you, personal relationships can suffer.
As a profession, policing creates unique pressures because of shift rotations, the physical dangers exposed to by the nature of the job as well as the need to control emotions can have a detrimental impact on relationships. We understand those problems as well as the desire to protect your pension during a divorce or separation so our knowledge means we can help you resolve your family problems.
When any relationship comes to an end, it is very upsetting and can be extremely stressful for those involved. Seeking advice from a legal expert in family law will help you formalise the outcome and ensure that the split is as fair to all sides as possible.
Chris Myles, Head of our Family Law team, has considerable experience on working on separation and divorce cases. He is supported by a large team of family legal advisors whose experience includes children law, mediation, collaborative law, family finances, pensions and negotiating settlement arrangements.
How we can help you
- Discounted rates on your legal fees with Crombie Wilkinson
We are able to offer discounted rates for serving officers, special constables and support staff.*
- Flexible appointment times
We are able to offer you out of hours appointment times by request if necessary.
The Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors Family Team
Our team of family and children specialists have a wealth of experience and expertise in dealing with your problems. The appropriate adviser will be allocated to you to ensure the best family law advice is obtained.
Our experience is recognised by membership of several organisations including the Law Society Children Panel, Law Society Family Panels and Resolution.
To speak to one of our family lawyers you can make a general enquiry using the 'How can we help you?' form on the right hand side, or contact the team at the office closest to you.
*subject to terms and conditions, please ask a member of our family law team.