Family department

Family, Children & Divorce Law

Atlas Law is one of the finest and most distinguished law firms based in London. With an exceptionally high success rate, Atlas Law is considered as a top-notch legal firm for family cases. Our highly experienced solicitors have the expertise to deliver solid results and provide exceptional legal advice to all our clients. Empowered by our decades of experience dealing with different types of family cases, we have become the most trusted providers of legal services. Our solicitors provides an exceptional results in family law cases. From divorce to financial settlement, we provide comprehensive legal consultation and solicitation services. Our high success rate has made us quite popular among families across London and beyond.

Our Family Law Services

We believe in utmost transparency and confidentiality, and strive to communicate with our clients without using complicated legal jargon. We take pride in our ability to get the best possible outcome and protect the interests of our clients

Family law is one of the most frequently encountered areas of the law and can be especially complicated. At Atlas Law, we believe in providing our clients with the best solutions to save their valuable time and money whilst also protecting their best interests.  Our exemplary family law services has provided hundreds of families with much need advice and satisfaction. If you find yourself dealing with an aspect of family law, you will want to know that you have an expert at your side and, here at Atlas Law Solicitors, that is exactly what we provide.

Divorce/Dissolution And Separation

The dissolution of a marriage involves a lot of emotions, and the outcome may impact your future. If you are considering divorce or need to respond to a divorce petition, it helps to have experienced divorce solicitors on your side. We offer divorce services to anyone who is dealing with the very difficult situation of ending their marriage.

Divorcing Couple & Consent Order

Consent orders are legally ratified agreements made between a divorcing couple setting out how their money, property and other assets will be divided once their marriage officially ends. They commonly also include such important family financial matters as spousal maintenance and child support.

Divorce & Financial Settlement

When two parties cannot agree over money, possessions or property at the end of a marriage they may need to ask the courts to make these decisions for them. It can be a long process and having the right lawyer on hand for it can make it as painless as possible. We always aim to resolve the financial side of divorce through negotiation through correspondence and/or by referring you to a family mediator. If you are able to reach a settlement in this way, you will avoid the necessity of court proceedings which will save you money. We offer a number of services regarding divorce including assisting with the arrangements of financial matters in London.

Child Arrangement Order Solicitors

Many couples engage in a legal battle to gain the custody of their kids. Such legal battles and disagreements are vexing and stressful for all those involved. If both parents wish to keep the children with them separation, it becomes quite difficult for them to make a decision mutually. Many couples opt for litigation where a court decides who gets the custody of the children and defines the terms of custody. The court’s decision is influenced by nothing but the best interests of the children involved. With a professional and experienced lawyer representing you, you have a better chance of winning your cases as your lawyer builds a strong case for you.

Pre Nuptial Agreements in London

A prenuptial agreement is also called a prenup or a pre-marital agreement. Couples planning to enter into a marriage or civil partnership have the ability to decide to enter into a binding agreement that states what happens to their money and property if the marriage or civil partnership were to end. Prenups are not strictly binding in the UK, but it is likely that a pre-nup will be respected by the court unless the effect of the agreement would be unfair. It is not possible in this country to have a fully binding agreement before marriage or civil partnership about what will happen on divorce or dissolution. In other countries, pre-nups are often binding. It is possible that the court might uphold part of an agreement while considering a different part to have an unfair effect.

Post Nuptial Agreement

A post nuptial agreement (also called a postnup or a post-marital agreement) is designed to deal with the same situation as a pre-nup. In other words, deciding what should happen to each partner’s assets after divorce. However, unlike a pre-nuptial agreement, which is agreed before a couple is married, a post-nuptial agreement is entered into by the couple during their marriage.  Post nuptial agreements are not strictly binding in the UK, but it is likely that a post-nuptial agreement will be respected by the court unless the effect of the agreement would be unfair.

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