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Family Law & Divorce

If your marriage has broken down, you’ll be looking for a team of legal experts to help you achieve the best resolution for you and your family. Our family legal team has decades of experience in helping people resolve issues around finances, children, property, business interests and all of the other complications that come with a divorce.

If you need help with Child Arrangement Orders, you can rely on JMP Solicitors for expert legal advice and representation. Our team are particularly experienced in Leave to Remove from Jurisdiction cases and children law.

Areas of Expertise

  • Access to children
  • Cohabiting couples and living arrangements
  • Child Arrangement Orders in relationship breakdowns
  • Divorce & Dissolution
  • Divorce and Separation
  • Financial in divorce
  • Leave to Remove Children from Jurisdiction
  • Pre – Nuptial and Post – Nuptial agreements
  • Separation Agreements

We have a range of funding options available from hourly rates, fixed fee, staged payments, just ask us for a solution that works for you.  You can book an appointment by ringing 01476 565 295, based 5 minutes from Grantham station with a large free car-park, only an hour from London.

Work Highlights

  • We were instructed by the father of one child at the beginning of June 2016. Our client had been in a long-term relationship for many years and whilst they had a child together, they had never married. The mother had started another relationship with a new partner and wished to move abroad to be with him and take the child with her.
  • Within three weeks of instruction Neil successfully argued that the defendant withdraw the application. The DJ agreed and the child remains in the UK.
  • We represented the petitioner in the first ever pension sharing case to be approved by the inland revenue. The case involved a claim against a business, property and pension investments.
  • Acted for a Lincolnshire farmer dealing with a claim against him by his spouse for part of the farming business and property. Assets involved in the claim exceeded £2.5million.
  • Represented the father in a successful case to stop the mother removing children from the jurisdiction of the English courts after a five-day trial.
  • Lead lawyers in respect of a client in protecting a claim against assets which included company shares and other assets to the value of £900,000.

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What Our Clients Say…

“I am so glad I instructed you…you were brilliant.”

“I am very happy with the service I received. It was brilliant and I can’t fault it at all.”

“Neil Remnant has been wonderful throughout the whole proceedings. He has kept me fully informed at all times and feel the service I have received has been excellent.”

“Neil, I can’t thank you enough, you have given me my life back”

“I am very happy with the service I received. It was brilliant and I can’t fault it at all.”

“Neil was simply brilliant at his job. Without his knowledge and professional experience, I would not have got contact back with my sons. Thank you Neil.”

Speak to a specialist…

Neil Remnant

Neil Remnant

Head of Family Law & Chartered Legal Executive
Nicola Church

Nicola McCourt

Affiliate Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives

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