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Regulated by the solicitors regulation authority reference firm number 363881. Authorised to practice the law of England and Wales
On 1st April 2013 legal aid was cut for family law isolating the poorest people from access to justice.
Unless there has been domestic violence during your relationship it is very unlikley that you will receive assistance paying for your divorce.
Help is still available with court fees for low income families however and you can check whether you are eligible here.
Our low cost divorce solution is ideal for people who have a limited budget or who would previously have been eligible for legal aid but who are not since 1st April 2013.
Because we are a solicitor's firm you are protected by our professional indemnity insurance with Travelers Professional Risks and have the peace of mind of knowning that we are fully trained and are also independently regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority as required by law.
If you have any queries just call us on 0161 486 4080.
The Legal Ombudsman has produced a helpful guide to using a divorce lawyer including tips on deciding what you want from your divorce settlement, discussing the divorce with your partner, using a DIY service and so on.
You can download this guide here.
All our services are fully insured under our professional indemnity insurance with Travelers Professional Risks.
We are fully qualified solicitors authorised to practice the law of England and Wales, authorised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and members of the Law Society of England and Wales and Resolution the Solicitors Family Law Association.
If you have a complaint about our service you should contact us in the first instance.
We will provide you with a copy of our complaints procedure.
You can also download the Legal Ombudsman's leaflet "Here to Help" which also explains a little more about the work they do to investigate and resolve complaints any members of the public have about legal services that have used.
We are members of Resolution
the Solicitors Family Law Association