Instructing our specialist family law and divorce team means you will have one of the most well respected and largest family practices in London on your side. Our solicitors are consistently rated excellent by independent legal practice directories, Chambers and The Legal 500.
Family law encompasses a broad range of disputes. Our team of family law solicitors includes independently accredited specialists in all aspects of family law including divorce, matrimonial finance, pre nuptial and post nuptial agreements, cohabitation, children law, child abduction and adoption.
You can also speak to members of our team who specialise in Alternative Dispute Resolution including mediation and collaborative law.
The family team comprises six partners who are family law solicitors, Mark Freedman, Bridget Thompson, Lisa Pepper, Andrew Watson , Martin Ross and Joanne Wescott. We have two leading consultants, Naomi Angell and Simone McGrath both specialising in children law.
We are committed to providing clients with sound advice which is tailor made for you and in your best interests depending on the facts of your specific case. Our solicitors are members of Resolution– the association for family lawyers committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. All of our solicitors work within Resolution’s code of conduct.
Our family law solicitors fully recognise the anxiety and distress that family disputes can cause you. As such you will be dealing with a solicitor who is approachable and easily contactable. At the same time each solicitor also has a commercial, practical and realistic attitude to dispute resolution for their clients. The department also undertakes publicly funded work when clients are eligible.
3 reasons why you should choose Osbornes:
- You will be advised by our family solicitors London team that is independently recognised by independent legal directories The Legal 500 and Chambers
- The Osbornes family team has vast experience across a broad range of family disputes
- Your family law solicitor will be a member of and follow the Resolution code of conduct