Our family law team is operating a full service via FaceTime, WhatsApp and Teams during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) lockdown. Please contact us through this website or by calling 0330 404 0755 to make an appointment.
We have one of the largest family law departments in the region with offices in Norwich, Cambridge, Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds. However, our services are even more accessible with our completely FREE 45 minute initial meeting, which is in addition to our range of fixed fees.
Our family solicitors are recognised for their expertise in divorce, financial settlement and children law including international child abduction. More importantly, they recognise that the breakdown of a family relationship is always very difficult. Whilst recognising that every family is different, our number one aim is to provide you with advice that is sensitive, practical and affordable.
Good advice is always based upon understanding which is why we listen: we listen to your concerns and worries and we listen to what you want to achieve.
Here at Ashtons Legal, we also know that legal fees can be a big worry.
As a result we can offer our clients a range of services and a range of payment options:
- For relatively simple cases we offer services with fixed fees.
- For more complex cases we offer bespoke services.
Of course, before deciding on the best way forward, we will discuss with you your circumstances, your issues and your hopes.
We guarantee that your selected legal plan will be both appropriate to your needs and designed to save you money.
The family law team at Ashtons Legal offers legal aid for family mediation only.
All Ashtons Legal family law solicitors are members of Resolution (formerly the Solicitor’s Family Law Association). Resolution is committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. Members of Resolution abide by a Code of Practice which commits family lawyers to resolving disputes in a non-confrontational way. The belief is that family law disputes should be dealt with in a constructive way, designed to preserve people’s dignity and to encourage agreement.