What would we want from a divorce or children law solicitor?
We would want an expert family solicitor who practiced exclusively in this area of law, someone who deals with divorce, financial settlements and children law matters day in, day out. We would not want a ‘lawyer’, ‘legal executive’ or ‘paralegal’ that may or may not have legal qualifications, we would need the reassurance of knowing that an accredited matrimonial or child law solicitor will be dealing with us every step of the way. We would want the firm to be committed to the highest client care and business management standards. We would also want to know that our divorce or child law solicitor is dealing with our matter in a professional and non-confrontational way ensuring that our family remained the focus at all times.
It will come as no surprise to know that is exactly what Staffordshire Family Law Solicitors will give you.
Our solicitors also have a strong academic background and we are committed to personal development and training thus ensuring that all our solicitors keep up to date with both the legal and academic developments in divorce, children and all other areas of family law.
What makes us different is that our solicitors are not driven by personal targets meaning that our solicitors are judged on results and client satisfaction and because Staffordshire Family Law Solicitors only does family law the whole firm is set up to deal with your type of matter. This means that in the rare event that your solicitor is unable to deal with an urgent matter you can always be assured that there is always another matrimonial or child law expert solicitor close at hand.
The vast majority of our cases are successfully settled without the need for any court proceedings at all. However, this is not always possible, or advisable, and you can also be assured that your solicitor has the skills and confidence to take your case to court if this is in your best interest giving you continuity and the best service available.
With Staffordshire Family Law Solicitors you can rest assured that you will always be treated as an individual, rather than a case number.