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The Solicitors in our Divorce and Family Law department hold accreditations from the Law Society, recognising their expertise in dealing with legal matters affecting children and families. In addition, all of our legally-qualified Divorce and Family Lawyers are members of Resolution.
The Law Society's Children Law accreditation scheme covers all types of children law work.
Members will have shown, to the satisfaction of the Law Society, that they have and will maintain a high level of knowledge, skills, experience and practice in the area of children law, be that in private practice or working for a local authority.
Our solicitors Darren Matthews, Matthew Rogan and Ruth Allanson are members of the Law Society's Children Law accreditation scheme.
The Law Society's Family Law Advanced accreditation scheme covers specialist areas of family law work.
Members will have shown, to the satisfaction of the Law Society, that they have and will maintain a high level of knowledge, skills, experience and practice in selected, specialist areas of family law. Members will have demonstrated those skills in two or more areas, comprising:
Our solicitors Rebecca Finnigan and Matthew Rogan are members of the Law Society's Family Law Advanced accreditation scheme.
All of our legally-qualified Divorce and Family Lawyers are members of Resolution. This means they have agreed to conduct themselves and represent clients in a particular way in accordance with Resolution's code of practice, so you can rest assured your case will be handled in as non-confrontational a manner as is possible.
The Resolution Code of practice
Membership of Resolution commits family lawyers to resolving disputes in a non-confrontational way. We believe that family law disputes should be dealt with in a constructive way designed to preserve people’s dignity and to encourage agreements.
As members of Resolution, we are required to:
This Code should be read in conjunction with the Law Society’s Family Law Protocol. All solicitors are subject to the Solicitors Practice Rules.