Harrogate Family Law has appointed top law graduate, Laura Mounsey, as a solicitor at the firm.
Divorce is a very difficult time for anyone and you need to have the best legal support on you side. Here are some helpful things you need to know:
Most people who come to see us for the first time are very nervous about doing so. It is a big thing to accept that your marriage has got to the stage where you feel you need legal advice about a separation.
We know how hard it is for you to come and talk to us. But remember you are not alone in how you are feeling. Everyone feels the same way.
Harrogate Family Law has once again been praised for its approach and expertise in the latest edition of Legal 500, published yesterday.
Harrogate Family Law is 8 today! To mark this milestone our Managing Director and the Firm’s founder, Andrew Meehan, has been asked his thoughts on the last 8 years and what the future holds for Harrogate Family Law.
Harrogate Family Law has been shortlisted for “Niche Law Firm of the Year” at The Yorkshire Legal Awards 2018. The awards themselves will take place in October 2018 in Leeds.
Harrogate Family Law and Andrew Meehan, its Managing Director, have been ranked as leaders in the field by top legal authority Chambers UK.
The announcement comes following the completion of research for the Chambers UK 2019 guide ahead of its publication in the autumn.
Andrew Meehan, who founded Harrogate Family Law in 2010, said he was delighted that the firm had once again been ranked as a regional leader in family law following last year’s top tier ranking.
The team at Harrogate Family Law have thrown their weight behind the local community this year with a range of initiatives aimed at supporting the town and its services.
Harrogate lawyer Emma Doughty has been appointed to the committee of Young Resolution (YRES) in West and North Yorkshire. YRES work alongside the regional committee to encourage professional best practice and promote supporting families to resolve difficulties constructively.
What happens when your ex wants to move away with the children – perhaps also with a new partner – and you object?