Our comprehensive Family Law services deal with an extensive range of issues, including relationship and marriage breakdown, divorce and separation, family mediation, domestic violence protection and injunctions, child care law and adoption. Whatever your individual requirements, we offer an incredibly personal service and our specialists work with you to reach a fair and effective solution.
Our Family Law department provides a complete service, headed by experts with over 25 years of combined qualified experience at Partner level
Our Family Law department provides a complete service, headed by experts with over 25 years of combined qualified experience at Partner level.
Child Care work is run by Manjit Obhi and supported by Holly Cross, a Partner, and Divorce and Ancillary Relief Services are provided through Ashwin Topiwala, who is assisted by a team of family solicitors, legal clerks and support staff. Our dedicated team are specialists within their field and have all the skill and knowledge necessary to assure you of the most professional service.
Whether you are going through a divorce and need to organise complex financial arrangements involving high incomes, assets and pensions, or are undertaking a local authority adoption and need information on Child Care law, you can trust the experts at Dodds Solicitors.
As accredited Family Law Solicitors, you can rest assured of exceptional levels of service and incredibly useful advice whenever you call upon our assistance, whatever the nature of your case. Simply get in touch today for more information.
If you are thinking about getting married or living together, then it would be worthwhile considering arranging a Pre Nuptial agreement if you are getting married, or a Cohabitation Agreement if you are going to live together. They can avoid arguments later on if you do split up at a later date. They can be particularly useful if one partner is contributing more than the other to a property purchase or if there are disagreements at a later stage over personal property or pets. If you would like any further advice or information please contact Ashwin Topiwala on 0116 201 8566 or at email@example.com or Sarah Spence on 0116 201 8566 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you live with a partner then you may assume that if you split up the court would look at both party’s needs and requirements, however unfortunately for unmarried couples the court would look at who owns the property or who has made a financial contribution to the property. A contribution could be made by paying money towards the purchase price, contributing towards any home improvements or carrying out DIY at the property. If you would like further advice regarding a property dispute please contact Sarah Spence on 0116 201 8566 or at email@example.com