Family Law

The family team at Gateley Plc is about much more than just giving legal advice.

Every family case is as unique as you are. The Gateley Plc family team offers sensitive, compassionate advice, with creative solutions designed to safeguard your future.
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We advise on family law for people all across the UK and have a particular strength in advising people in London, Manchester, Nottingham, Leicester, Reading, Henley and surrounds.

Our priority is to give you clear and constructive advice in relation to your legal options, but we are also renowned for our creative thinking, holistic, pragmatic and commercial approach, remembering always that your case is as unique as you and the members of your family.

Our lawyers are all members of the family law governing body Resolution, which means we are committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. Resolution members follow a code of practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems.

We will explore with you the most appropriate form of dispute resolution for you and your family, whether that is negotiation, the collaborative process, mediation or litigation through the court system.

Our lawyers have many years of experience, and attract high praise from our clients in relation to our knowledge and application of the law.

Having forged strong relationships with the best professionals we have access to a team of barristers, independent financial experts and other professionals who can best support you at a challenging time in your life.

We undertake all aspects of private family law, and treat each case sensitively and compassionately whilst keeping our client’s needs a priority. We remember that you are individuals, but we will also maintain a consistently professional approach, guiding you through the difficult emotional and legal landscape.

Our Services

  • Divorce and separation
  • Child arrangements/disputes
  • Emergency applications/injunctions
  • Pre- and post-nuptial agreements
  • Financial remedies
  • Cohabitee disputes
  • Collaborative law
  • Mediation