We understand that you may be finding the current situation both concerning and confusing.
First and foremost, we are family lawyers and mediators, and as such we are here to help you and your family with issues that might arise whilst you are trying to deal with what is currently happening.
So, please remember, in complete confidence, and FREE of charge:
- You can call us 7 days a week from 8am-10pm to discuss any concerns that you might have about your family.
- We offer a free 20 minute consultation, which can be carried out remotely over the telephone, by email, or via online conferencing such as Skype and Zoom.
- We are happy to talk to you individually, or as a couple to try to resolve issues before they become problems.
So please, if you feel that you would like some support, or simply would like someone to talk to we are here for you.
We are here to help by providing positive outcomes for a brighter future.
Fullers Family Law is an established firm of solicitors which specialise in the field of family law.
We offer full support to our clients, ensuring that you get exactly what you are expecting from our service. We intend to find a clear cut and positive solution to your problem as often as possible.
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Unsure what the next steps are?
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This is because we not only focus on divorce and separation, but we also focus on things such as child custody and cohabitation. We take pride in what we do, and want to ensure that all of our clients believe that their solicitor is on their side. All of our solicitors specialise in family law, and as we are specialists in family law, we understand what a client wants and needs as a succesful outcome.
Where are we located?
We will be able to meet you in our discreet meeting office in Leicester city centre, which you can find on the map on this page.
We can help you with divorce & separation, mediation, financial settlements, children, civil partnerships, domestic violence, and collaborative law. If you have a case involving any of the above, please feel free to contact us and we can give you a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers. If you have any other questions, feel free to give us a call or email us.
Need some advice out of hours?
Our offices are staffed Monday - Friday, from 9am-5pm. However, if you need to talk to someone between 8am-10pm, 7 days a week, please call 01162 029835. We will be happy to help.
When you are looking for a family law team in Leicester city centre, you can trust Fullers Family Law to provide you with the advice, support and guidance you need at this difficult time. Contact our team to book a free initial consultation with our specialist family lawyers today.
We understand that finding a solicitor that you feel understands your own specific situation can be a daunting task. So, you can book a free consultation with us here.
We have also created a series of fixed-price consultation meetings with a full ‘no questions asked’ money-back guarantee promise.
We understand how upsetting it can be to consider the break up of a civil partnership.
- What is domestic violence?
- How long does it take for a divorce to go through?
- My partner and I are not married; what happens if we split up?
- What happens if we cannot agree with whom the children should live?
What is domestic violence?
There are a number of things which constitute domestic violence in legal terms:
- Abusive violence between couples living together
- Abuse between partners who do not live together
- Harassment by former partners
- Abusive relationships between parents and children
- Abuse against elderly family members
- Abuse between tenants or flat mates
- Female genital mutilation (FGM) or forced marriage
How long does it take for a divorce to go through?
A divorce can take between 6-8 months if not disputed. If the divorce or finances are disputed, this timescale can be much longer, depending on when such issues are resolved.
My partner and I are not married; what happens if we split up?
In the UK, the law doesn’t recognise what is often called “common law” partners. When unmarried couples split, they often have assets together. Without the legal framework that married couples have access to, good legal advice from a family law specialist is vital in achieving a fair and equitable resolution – especially if children are involved.
What happens if we cannot agree with whom the children should live?
The focus must always be what is in the best interests of the children. If this cannot be agreed upon, the court will decide for you. You are certainly encouraged to attend mediation before this stage.