Family breakdown and divorce is often the first time many people will have needed to contact a solicitor. In most cases, this will be a very emotional and distressing time for the whole family.
Our specialist family law solicitors will quickly identify the issues in your specific circumstances and together with our dedicated support team, will work with you to overcome all the challenges you will face.
When you face a relationship breakdown, we help you plan your future by taking a long term view and our team of specialist family solicitors will concentrate on what is best for you and your family.
Experts in family law and divorce
Furley Page offers a wide range of family law services.
Divorce can affect many aspects of life including family businesses, partnerships or trusts, all of which our specialist family lawyers will advise on.
Where appropriate we will ensure a bespoke team of family law experts (both in-house and external) are put in place to cover every issue.
Our areas of expertise in family law and divorce is wide ranging and includes:
- Pensions following divorce, including public sector pensions
- Financial agreements
- Dealing with the family home
- Family trusts
- Family managed companies and partnerships
- Child contact arrangements and specific child related issues
- Domestic violence – protective remedies and assistance
- Unmarried couples – cohabitation disputes
- Agreements before marriage (Pre-nuptial) and after marriage (Post-nuptial)
- Dispute resolution
- Collaborative law
Online family law advice
You can start your request for family law advice about your relationship breakdown at a time to suit you by using the Furley Page online tool. Click on the link below to start your enquiry and request an appointment with one of our divorce lawyers to discuss your options.
We can meet with you at one of our offices in Canterbury, Chatham or Whitstable or hold a virtual or telephone consultation.
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Thank you for your assistance in this matter. You have been fabulous.
Client of Rayma Collins - Ms Berry
Why choose Furley Page for advice on divorce and relationship breakdown
Choosing the right solicitor is an important step when experiencing family breakdown ordivorce.
At Furley Page we have many years of experience and are frequently recommended by past clients and other solicitors. Our large team of divorce solicitors ensures you will always be supported and we pride ourselves on delivering an exceptionally high level of service to our clients.
Members of the team have extensive experience in pensions following divorce, including public sector funds such as Police, NHS and Teachers’ pensions. Rayma Collins and Naomi Hayward are specialist Collaborative Lawyers.
Our family lawyers are all members of Resolution. Resolution’s family lawyers are committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. Members follow a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems. Members encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family – and in particular the best interests of children. We can meet with you at one of our offices in Canterbury, Chatham or Whitstable or hold a virtual or telephone consultation.
Free initial telephone consultation with a divorce solicitor
To ensure we are the right solicitors for you, we are happy to offer a free initial telephone consultation to any prospective clients. Contact Rayma Collins to find out how we can help you.