Family & Relationships

Breakdown of family relationships faces you with difficult challenges. But you don't have to tackle them alone. Our family law solicitors are here to offer clear and concise advice tailored to your circumstances and needs.

Family Law Experts

If you’ve got a family matter and would like legal advice or representation, then you’re in the right place. 

We’ve got decades of experience within our family law team on hand to make sure you get the best outcome for you and your family. Our lawyers can help with divorce, separation, wills & probate, childcare and more.

Our lawyers are here to support you through testing times and offer the best legal advice with a personal approach.

To get in touch with our family law team, fill out the form to the right or call us on the number below.

Our family law team also offer nationwide coverage however if you wish to come in and speak to us, you find our offices here.

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Our Services

We offer a full range of Family & Relationship based services, including complex financial matters following divorce or separation to planning your future with will writing and inheritance. 

You can find a list of all of our top level services below:

Support with all matters concerning children in relation to who a child is to live with and spend time with, contact with grandparents and more

Help and guidance on issues where social services or local authorities have become involved with child matters. 

Advice and full guidance with divorce & separation, including support with finances and child arrangements. 

Full legal support if you or someone in your family has been subject to domestic violence or abuse. 

Help with financial arrangement for married, cohabitants and unmarried couples. We also offer support with pensions. 

Full legal support with wills, including will writing, probate, property planning, powers of attorney and more. 

Jag Kainth

Head of Family Department

With you, in and out of court

We’re humans too. We know family law can be difficult which is why we do everything we can to not just give you the best legal advice, but to also get to know you and offer a personal and human touch to our services.

We understand that family law and litigation is serious, which is why we will always adopt a strong and robust strategy for our clients.

Protecting your assets & future

Our experienced team of lawyers have decades of combined experience in helping people with their financial matters. We have expertise in wills  and probate, financial arrangements and pre-nuptial arrangements so you know that your assets are in capable hands and have a safe future.

Nationwide Legal Expertise

Youngs Law covers the full breadth of the United Kingdom but we know that personal touch is everything and sometimes, speaking via videos calls or telephone isn’t personal enough. We have six offices throughout the country, so if we’re in your local area, please don’t hesitate to come in and talk to us.

You can see all of our locations on our offices page.

Legal Aid

Public Funding or ‘Legal Aid’ is available for Care Proceedings and Domestic Violence / injunctions (where financially eligible). From April 2013, legal aid is no longer generally available for certain family law matters such as divorce, legal separation, matrimonial finance or children matters, although in certain circumstances, legal aid is still available for these matters. We will go through your case with you and tell you if you are eligible for legal aid. If you are not able to get legal aid, we will provide you with a tailored fixed fee for your matter, in order that you can consider whether you are able to afford legal representation. In any event, you will know how much your matter is likely to cost.

In certain circumstances, you may wish to have specific legal advice, and then continue to act for yourself. Our family law solicitors can help by providing you with specific advice, when you want it, together with continued advice during the course of your case, when you need it. In that way you can benefit by having legal advice as to the issues and matters you need to deal with, yet limiting your legal costs as you will continue to act ‘in person’.

Family Law F&Qs

Do I need a will?

The short answer for this is no, you are not required to have a will. However it is very common for people to write wills to protect their assets and estate. If you die without having a will, there are certain rules which dictate where your money, property and possessions should be allocated. Writing a will allows you to choose to who or where your assets go. 

Can my beneficiary be my executor as well?

Probate is the process of proving that a will is valid (if there is one). Then confirming who the authorised person is so that they can administer the estate or assets of the person that has died. 

Address:

Edward House

Uttoxeter Road, Longton

Stoke on Trent

Longton

ST3 1NZ


Opening Hours

Monday – Friday

9:00am – 5:30pm

Weekends – Closed

Bank Holidays – Closed

Address:

Bulloch House

10 Rumford Place

Liverpool

Merseyside

L3 9DG

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday

9:00am – 5:30pm

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Bank Holidays – Closed

Address:

Chancery House

1 College Place

Southampton

Hampshire

SO15 2FB

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday

9:00am – 5:30pm

Weekends – Closed

Bank Holidays – Closed

Address:

Ditton Lodge

449 London Road

Ditton

Aylesford

ME20 6DB

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday

9:00am – 5:30pm

Weekends – Closed

Bank Holidays – Closed

Address:

Compass House

57 Meridian Centre

North Street

Havant

PO9 1UW

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Monday – Friday

9:00am – 5:30pm

Weekends – Closed

Bank Holidays – Closed

Address:

12 Brindley Court

Dalewood Road

Lymedale Business Park

Newcastle-under-Lyme

ST5 9QA

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday

9:00am – 5:30pm

Weekends – Closed

Bank Holidays – Closed

If you would like further advice from one of our Family Law solicitors, please contact a member of our team or call us

033 33 582 588

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