Free Family Law Advice Clinic in Bristol & Portishead

Speak to our family law specialists for clear legal advice on your rights, responsibilities and options. 

We run Free Family Law drop-in clinics for advice on family and relationship matters.  

These are completely free of charge and are held:

  • every other Wednesday from 12pm until 2pm in our Bristol office; and
  • one Saturday a month from 10am until 2pm in Portishead office.  

We also offer free evening appointments on the Wednesdays in Bristol between 5pm and 7pm although we ask that these are booked in advance.

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At any of these clinics our friendly and professional family solicitors will advise you in respect of any issues you may be facing, for example:

If you would like a free advice session with one of our professional and approachable family solicitors, then why not call us, book a slot online or just drop in.

To book a place at our next Bristol or Portishead Family Clinic click here.

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Unmarried couples - what are your rights if you separate?

October 25, 2017

When an unmarried couple separates they are often surprised to hear that unless they have dependent children together, any financial claims they may have against each other (if any) are often limited ...

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The Pros and Cons of Prenups

September 13, 2017

What is a prenup? A prenuptial agreement is a document which sets out how an engaged couples’ possessions will be divided in the event that their marriage breaks down....

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We’re separating. Why do we need a Financial Remedy Order?

July 18, 2017

If your marriage or civil partnership is ending, you both have the right to make financial claims against each other. Family Law specialist, Satya Bagga explains how dealing with your marital finances...

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Achieving Financial Certainty after Divorce

July 18, 2017

When married couples separate and either have no significant assets or come to an agreement between themselves about how their assets are to be shared, they often don’t realise that that may not neces...

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Putting Children First

June 30, 2017

Adapting to separation is hard for everyone and where children are involved it is essential that it is handled sensitively.  This is not always easy and it will often help to get legal advice and supp...

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Q & A: Financial contributions from an ex-partner during divorce

June 28, 2017

With many of our clients, we find that we are asked the same questions time and time again regarding the financial responsibilities during divorce proceedings. One of the more common questions is in r...

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Children Arbitration Scheme - A new option for resolving children matters without going to court

June 26, 2017

Resolving disputes about children can be incredibly difficult and emotional. Where parents are not able to reach an agreement between themselves, through solicitors or through mediation, their only op...

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Relocation, Relocation, Relocation

June 22, 2017

Following separation, it is not unusual for one parent to consider relocating, for example to be with a new partner, start a new job or be closer to family members.  If the other parent does not agree...

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What is 'Unreasonable Behaviour'?

June 16, 2017

Unreasonable behaviour is one of the five facts you could use to prove that element of irretrievable breakdown....

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What Protection from Domestic Violence can you get from the Family Court?

June 07, 2017

Recent figures show a 40% increase in the number of domestic violence victims withdrawing their support for criminal charges against their abuser. This summary has been produced by our expert family l...

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Free family law advice clinics

Our family law advice sessions are held monthly in Bristol and Portishead and are designed to work around you.

  • Children
  • Cohabitation
  • Separation
  • Money
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