Family Law 2

At Inksters, we appreciate that when family law problems arise, it can result in one of the most difficult times in your life. You need someone who can support you and guide you through the various legal issues in plain language and in a way that helps you make the best decisions for your particular circumstances.

Our job is to listen sensitively and non-judgementally to the issues which have arisen and guide you towards the best possible solution.

Gus Macaulay is an experienced family law practitioner and a member of the Family Law Association. He can advise you on issues concerning financial matters or child law which can arise following the breakdown of a marriage, a civil partnership or a cohabiting relationship. He will help you to decide the best way forward in your case.

Inksters promotes a non-confrontational approach to family law problems where possible, trying to save you the money, time and stress of a court process. Therefore, Gus will first attempt to reach a solution by negotiation. If that is not possible, as a court practitioner with extensive experience, Gus can represent you robustly in court.
 

  • Child Law
    Issues about Children

    Inksters can advise on all areas of child law including disputes about who children should live with and whether they should have contact with the parent who doesn't live with them.

  • Financial Claims and Separation Agreements
    Financial Claims and Separation Agreements

    Sorting out the finances amicably and by way of a written agreement could save you the time, money and stress of a court case.

  • Divorce
    Divorce

    You might be surprised how simple divorce can be once financial and child-related issues are dealt with.

  • Breakdown of Cohabitating Relationships
    Breakdown of Cohabiting Relationships

    The law has changed recently and Inksters can advise you on financial claims which may be able to be made at the breakdown of a cohabiting relationship.

  • Domestic Violence
    Domestic Violence

    Domestic abuse should never happen but research shows it to be all too common. There are many organisations trying to help, however, and the law offers some remedies which may be useful.

  • Legal Aid
    Legal Aid

    Some useful information about finding a legal aid solicitor.