Child Law

 Legal proceedings can be very stressful and difficult, especially when children are involved. 

Here at Terrells LLP, our team of family solicitors are ready to put your mind at ease. We carefully consider the facts and provide expert advise in every situation in relation to your children, giving you the best outcome possible.

Children Law Solicitors

Whether you are facing legal proceedings involving children, or you are looking for sound legal advice on other matters relating to your childs future, our team are here to help.

We specialise in the following:

Child Arrangement
PLO and Care Proceedings
Surrogacy and Adoption
Parental Responsibility

Child Maintenance
Child Custody Dispute
Change of Name Deed

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Why Choose Us?

We are very experienced in child and family law, working on many complex and emotional cases over the years.

Our expert team of solicitors will offer realistic and impartial advice to ensure that all of the appropriate steps are taken to ensure you and your children are securing the very best outcome for their future.

We are fully regulated by Solicitors Regulation Authority and Members of Resolution, the UK Family Law Association.

Child Law FAQs

You may need a children solicitor in the UK in situations involving child custody disputes, child protection cases, adoption, education disputes, immigration issues, or cases where a child is accused of a crime.

We can offer our support and experience in a wide array of legal cases, so if you are impacted by any of these things, it is important to seek legal aid as soon as possible

Yes, child solicitors often play a crucial role in cases of child abuse or neglect. They advocate for the child’s safety and wellbeing and may work alongside social services and other agencies.

If you are impacted by either of these things, it is important to seek legal aid as soon as possible.

Parental Responsibility is governed by Part 1 Section 3 of the Children Act 1989 and it describes all the rights and duties that parents have towards their children.

It refers to the right to be included in decisions about a child’s upbringing, such as education, health and religion.

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I dealt with a very professional young lady, who presented herself well, was understandable and polite.

What more can anyone ask for?
Mrs E
There were plenty of opportunities to ask questions and we felt we received excellent advice and support.
Mr and Mrs H
I have no hesitation in recommending Terrells to anyone needing any form of legal advice and to thank you once again for all of your help. Long may you continue!
Mrs K
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