The law is designed to protect everyone, especially the most vulnerable members of society. At IBB Solicitors, we have family law specialists experienced in defending the rights and wellbeing of children, particularly when families disagree over the care of children under the age of 16, or if the local authority becomes involved in a child’s welfare. Our family law solicitors in West London and Buckinghamshire are experienced, compassionate and caring experts who have one aim — to protect the rights of the child.
We can assist you with:
- Public law: childcare proceedings
- Private childcare law
- Legal aid matters
- Domestic violence matters
An in-depth understanding of child welfare
Not only can family law cases be emotionally charged, but they can be complex too. We deal with child welfare cases, domestic abuse, private children law and cases relating to disagreements between family members, such as residence or contact issues.
Our specialist child welfare solicitors are trained to deal with all aspects of the Children Act 1989 and the Adoption and Children Act 2002 and have extensive experience in representing children either directly or through a Children’s Guardian. We also represent family members in care and adoption proceedings, particularly where Social Services or child protection officers are involved.
IBB’s childcare team — caring and compassionate experts
Our childcare team recognises that cases need to be treated with care and compassion to minimise the distress that can be caused to vulnerable children.
We are members of the Association of Lawyers for Children and several of our team serve on the Law Society’s Children Panel and hold resolution specialist accreditation.
If a local authority has issued care proceedings in relation to your children, you are entitled to free legal advice. If your finances are limited, you may also qualify for legal aid.
If your family is undergoing a difficult child custody case or you need representation for care and adoption proceedings, we can help.
Contact us in confidence on 01895 207857, or email us.
This information was sourced from the IBB Solicitors website.
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