Finding family solicitors in Cambridge

 

At Contact Law, we have a large network of family solicitors in Cambridge and surrounding areas. Our family solicitors have been used and recommended for the quality legal advice they offer and their commitment to providing good customer service. We can put you in touch with family solicitors in Cambridge who have the specialist family knowledge to assist you with your legal problem.

Family solicitors in Cambridge are experienced in the full range of family legal services; whether you require advice on child issues, divorce, separation, domestic violence, or any other family matters, we can direct you to family solicitors in Cambridge that are local to you and who are best suited to your needs and circumstances.

Most family law work in Cambridge is carried out in the local Magistrates’ Court located at 12 St Andrews Street, Cambridge, CB2 3AX. The County Court in Cambridge deals with more specific family work, such as divorce and adoption and is located at 197 East Road, Cambridge, CB1 1BA.

If you have a family problem then it is advised that you speak to a family solicitor would can provide you with the legal guidance you need. You may be able to obtain some legal assistance from your local Citizens Advice Bureau, however, if your family matter is complex or looks as though it may turn into a protracted dispute, you would be best advised to approach a solicitor for advice.

If you would like help finding recommended family solicitors local to Cambridge, Contact Law can put you in touch with a firm we work with free of charge. So, if you have any questions please call us on 0800 1777 162 or complete the web-form above.

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