We help men, women and families:
• to protect their assets at the start of, or during, a relationship
• who are in crisis because they’re thinking of separating or have done so
• who want to reach a binding settlement agreement after separation
• who are having a dispute with other family members (often following the death of a loved one)
• who need child care issues resolved
• who need to be able to act on behalf of a family member who is incapacitated
Our expertise falls into the categories family law, divorce law and child care issues. This includes:
• pre nuptial and post nuptial agreements,
• child care issues including national and international relocation. Kathryn Lellman is appointed by the Court as a senior lawyer for children and is experienced in Hague Convention abduction matters, and
• getting orders for property and welfare issues when someone is incapacitated or needs assistance with the use of an enduring power of attorney (i.e. applications under the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act). Kathryn Lellman also receives appointments by the Court in this area.
If you’re in one of these situations and are looking for guidance about how to get through the process, call us in confidence.