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Advice when going through a Relationship Breakdown

We understand how difficult a relationship breakdown is and our experienced team of Family Law Solicitors will provide tailored advice which relates specifically to your matter. We will advise on the relevant options available to you, so that you can make an informed decision about how you would like to progress.

We provide confidential, tailored advice relating to your relationship breakdown, the options which you have and how to deal with your matter.

We always provide advice by way of a face to face meeting and confirm in writing the advice provided to ensure that you understand your options and can make an informed decision on how to proceed with your best interests protected.

You will deal with an expert in the field that you require advice on and will have contact details to speak with them directly throughout your matter.

All of our family law solicitors are members of Resolution, which is the largest organisation for family justice professionals in England and Wales.

They are committed to Resolution’s Code of Practice, which promotes a constructive and non-confrontational approach to resolving family issues that considers the needs of the whole family.

Call us to speak with a Family Law Solicitor on 0345 20 73 72 8 or email info@thursfields.co.uk

 

24/11/2020

Getting divorced? Divorce myths busted!

Any divorce is emotionally draining, and everyone knows someone who has been divorced. Unfortunately it turns into a game of Chinese whispers and through the line of communication ‘advice’ gets inaccurate. As a family lawyer initially meetings usually consist of correcting all the divorce myths clients have heard. My partner committed adultery – I should…

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KEY CONTACT

Shane Miller
Director and Head of Family Law Department

Shane specialises in complex financial disputes in divorce as well as complex children matters, living together agreements and pre/post nuptial agreements. She prides herself on delivering a first class service. Shane is an extremely competent lawyer who is client focused and personable. She offers high quality tailored advice to all clients and takes a robust…

Team

Lorna Tipple

Director, Family Law

Philip Rea

Director, Family Law

Laura Williams

Associate Director, Wealth Protection & Family Law

Hannah Nicholls

Associate Director, Family Law

Pamela Arrowsmith

Consultant Solicitor, Family Law

Jasdeep Nagra

Solicitor, Family Law

Eilidh Rose

Associate Solicitor, Family Law

Harbinder Gosal

Senior Associate Solicitor & Team Leader, Family Law

Jill Roberts

Charted Legal Executive, Family Department

Abigail Holden

Trainee Solicitor, Family Law

Contact

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Wills, Property and Businesses

When people divorce they will need a new Will to be made. If they are selling property they will require conveyancing services. If there are businesses involved or they were an employee/shareholder of a family business then this will need to be dealt with in the best possible way. Contact us as we can help and guide you.

Shane Miller was very professional and also a great listener, she helped me feel better and also won my case for me. Shane was very good at explaining things and I cannot thank her enough.

Aaron Manning

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