Complete Family Law
Our expert team of Solicitors are highly trained and experienced in providing you with solutions to your family’s legal problems. We always do this in a friendly and professional manner to ensure that our clients always receive the highest quality legal counsel available. We provide a variety of family law legal services, our Glasgow office is perfectly located in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre and provides a vast array of services to corporate and individual clients in all facets of their business and personal lives.
At Clarity simplicity Solicitors, we pride ourselves on taking a different approach to delivering legal services; we are problem solvers first and foremost. We solve problems from our office in Glasgow, however, we can advise clients across Scotland. With a team of twenty and a total of 176 years of qualified experience, there is very little in the way of Scots law and legal services that we collectively cannot advise on.
Team Up with Real Family Law Experts
At Clarity Simplicity, we pride ourselves on taking a different approach to delivering legal services; we are problem solvers first and foremost. We solve problems from our office in Glasgow, however, we can advise clients across Scotland. With a team of twenty and a total of 176 years of qualified experience, there is very little in the way of Scots law and legal services that we collectively cannot advise on.
Our Family Law Services
Child Contact and Child Custody
Our family solicitors have expertise in child contact and child custody rights, financial separation agreements, specific issue orders, child relocation and child access and residence issues. We have experienced solicitors trained in mediation and collaboration.
Separation And Divorce
Separation can be extremely difficult for many reasons. One of the most significant is often related to finances, with issues such as childcare and other financial arrangements having to be concluded.
One of the best ways to take care of this is to draft and agree upon a separation agreement. In Scotland, if you have a separation agreement in place then at some point in the future decide to divorce, the divorce can proceed on an uncontested basis.
Many couples in Scotland choose to cohabit before committing to marriage or civil partnership.
If you choose cohabitation (living together) with your partner, it’s important to be aware that under Scots Law, you and your partner will have certain rights under Scots Law. And these rights differ significantly from those under marriage or civil partnership.
Interdicts /Non-Harassment Orders
If you choose to take legal action through an interdict, which is granted by the Scottish courts, it can have the effect of legally stopping your abusive partner from assaulting or even threatening you and can prevent them from coming within a certain distance of your home or other places.
A guardianship order is a court order that empowers a person to act on behalf of an adult who is mentally incapacitated or has limited mental capacity. This is an adult over the age of 16 who is incapable of acting or making decisions for oneself due to a mental condition circumstance or disability. Such an order is useful when ongoing decisions affecting an adult with incapacity must be made.
Our Family Law Blog
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At Clarity Simplicity, we understand that needing to see a lawyer can be daunting. We understand that you might be dealing with an unwanted family situation or you might be anxious about the outcome.
Even if it isn’t a new experience for you, you’ll be put at ease from the moment you walk through our door.
When you walk into one of our offices, you’ll be greeted by one of our friendly staff. You’ll be offered a hot drink and a seat in our open waiting area. Before your appointment you will be asked to complete a new client record form, this isn’t a contract; you’re not agreeing to anything – it’s just so we can get to know you and ensure we’re compliant with law society regulations.