Family, Relationships & Divorce

Family, Relationships and Divorce

Kerseys’ specialist team of qualified Family Solicitors are always on hand to help you through even the toughest times with practical and straightforward advice.

Our team of experienced and sympathetic people dedicated to helping clients – whether married or unmarried – through serious family troubles. The team has many years of experience in acting for clients in difficult matrimonial cases and child care proceedings.

Talk online with a Family Solicitor on the first Saturday of the month in the morning or on the second Wednesday of the month during the evening.

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When a relationship breaks down and there are children involved, parents are not always able to reach agreement about issues such as who the children will live with and how much time they should spend with the other parent.


Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law is a form of alternative dispute resolution for family issues such as divorce, finances and children arrangements.

Collaborative Law


We understand that the breakdown of a marriage is a highly stressful and emotional time. In order to obtain a divorce, the court has to be shown that the marriage has irretrievably broken down.



Family mediation is a process where a Mediator supports and helps you and family members to communicate more effectively and to find consensual resolution during times of dispute.



We can help you through the most delicate and emotionally upsetting of family problems with sensitivity coupled with practical efficiency.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Are you open on Saturdays?

At Kerseys we realise that it can be difficult to take time off work to attend appointments, which is why our Family Department is open on the first Saturday of each month!

Divorce FAQs

We have a question and answer page to give simple answers to commonly asked questions regarding divorce.

Divorce FAQs

Children FAQs

We have a question and answer page to give simple answers to commonly asked questions regarding children and child law.

Children FAQs

The way we work

Fair, acceptable settlement through negotiation is always the preferred solution, to save you stress and expense. If that’s not possible, then we will fight your case strongly through the courts.

We encourage you to gather as much relevant information and documentation as you can, in order to lessen your costs. Our initial advice will include assessing whether you can handle the case, or elements of it, yourself. It’s another potential way you can contain expense.

We prefer to give you a firm quotation of costs upfront. If that isn’t possible in your case, we will explain why.

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Download our brochure in PDF format on Family Services here.


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