Family Lawyers Camden

Family Solicitors Camden

At Osbornes Law in Camden, we offer a comprehensive range of family law services. Our experienced family law team is dedicated to providing sensitive and effective legal support across a spectrum of family matters.

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  • “Osbornes has one of the strongest family law teams in the business with a very wide range of experience and seniority. They are uniquely placed to cater for every avenue of family legal difficulty, whether financial or children.”

  • “Osbornes Law offers affluent clients representation in high-value, complex family matters.”

From complex divorce proceedings and financial settlements to issues concerning child custody and cohabitation agreements, our goal is to help you through these challenging times with professionalism and empathy. Our team regularly help with the issues that families in the Camden area face.

Our solicitors are all members of Resolution – the association for family lawyers committed to the constructive resolution of disputes. We understand the anxiety and distress involved and strive to be approachable and creative in working with you.

Our Family Law Services in Camden

What Areas Do We Cover?

From our office in Camden, our highly respected family team specialises in providing legal services related to family law in the local Camden area. We help people across the London Borough of Camden including all of these  postcode areas:

  • N1 – including Islington, Angel, Hoxton, and Kings Cross.
  • N6 – Highgate.
  • N7- Holloway.
  • N19 – Archway and Upper Holloway.
  • NW1 – Camden Town, Regent’s Park, and Marylebone.
  • NW2 – Cricklewood, Dollis Hill and Neasden.
  • NW3 – Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, Belsize Park and Primrose Hill.
  • NW5 – Kentish Town.
  • NW6 – Kilburn, West Hampstead and Queens Park.
  • NW8 – St John’s Wood.

Why choose Osbornes Law?

Osbornes Law is recognised as having one of the top teams of family lawyers in Camden as well as being one of the largest teams with over 45 years of experience.

Contact our family solicitors

For a free consultation, call 020 7485 8811 or fill out a contact form to speak to the family team. We offer transparent fees at the outset so that there are no hidden surprises.

Contact us today

For a free initial conversation call 020 7485 8811

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