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Digby Brown Family Law
Adopting a child is a big step and it is important that parents adopting a child understand the legal process required.
This is an area where we can provide the very best specialist legal advice, support and representation.
Digby Brown has one of the best regarded practices in Scotland acting for people wishing to adopt. Sue Grant, partner at Digby Brown, is recognised as a leader in the field of adoption law. Sue is also a legal adviser to Scottish Adoption and sits on the Board of Clan Child Law and previously the British Association for Adoption and Fostering.
Digby Brown Solicitors have been helping families adopt children for many years and have been involved in some of the most high profile adoption cases in Scotland. You are in safe hands with our adoption solicitors at Digby Brown. We will guide you through the process of adoption and explain the law in easy to understand terms.
Whatever stage of the adoption process you have reached, we are happy to discuss matters with you. Often a local authority will agree to assist with some of the legal fees for undertaking the court application and we are happy to provide you with an estimate of the likely costs. Please contact Roger Mackenzie for further information.
In addition to our adoption service, we are also able to assist in relation to many other legal issues concerning children.
Often this might involve resolving disputes about where a child resides (often still referred to as custody) or in relation to the contact exercised by the parent with whom the children are not living (sometimes still referred to as access).
We can also assist in specific disputes arising from the upbringing of children, such as their place of education where parents have competing ideas as to what is best for the children concerned.
Each family situation is unique and we will take the time to understand your particular situation and provide you with advice relevant to your circumstances.
Please call one of our specialist solicitors on 0333 200 5925 or fill in our enquiry form and we will be in touch shortly.
Divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership can be a stressful and emotional experience.
We will provide help and guidance tailored to your circumstances about how you may wish to deal with the challenges ahead.
The collaborative process recognises that a painful, high conflict divorce can have long-term damaging repercussions for you, your family and wider friends.
Collaborative law steers you away from court.
A prenuptial agreement is a legal document that can protect your interests and assets before you enter into a marriage or into a civil partnership so that, in the event of a divorce, the agreement can be used to help settle any future disputes over who is entitled to what.
Moving in together can be an exciting time. As more and more couples take this step, a cohabitation agreement can be essential to protect assets and regulate who pays for what over the course of the relationship.
The legal position is often much less clear cut than divorce and strict time limits apply to bringing any claim arising from the end of a cohabiting relationship, so it is important to get legal advice at the earliest possible stage.
"We can't thank you enough for your support, commitment and professionalism throughout this process. Your approach and direction was hugely instrumental in easing our anxieties and assisting our understanding of the system. Thank you very very much.
We are now looking forward to our future together as a family."
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