We are a firm of family law solicitors based in Stony Stratford, near Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. We are able to provide you with assistance if your relationship is breaking down, and you are considering divorce or separation, whether you are married, in a Civil Partnership or living with someone.
There is only one ground for divorce in England and Wales which is the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. The breakdown needs to be proved by reliance upon one of the following five grounds...Learn More
Dealing with financial issues arising out of a divorce or separation can be one of the most challenging and worrying aspects of separation that many people face. Suddenly everything potentially is going to change...Learn More
If you have children and are considering separation, then inevitably they will be your first concern and priority. You will need to discuss and decide where they will live, and time spent with both parents.Learn More
At Hawkins Family Law all our Solicitors are able to offer legal advice on all aspects of family law tailored to our client’s individual needs.Learn More
The practice is delighted to share with you the news that The Legal 500 has noted Hawkins Family Law as a “Leading Firm” for the second year running and as being best known for handling high-value financial remedy cases. Key names include Jo Hawkins (who has “a wealth of experience”’), Annabel Hayward, who provides “sound and pragmatic advice”, and Loraine Davenport. The Legal 500, 2016.
Hawkins Family Law’s “exemplary“ team is ‘very good on pre-nuptial agreements and with high-net-worth clients’. Jo Hawkins has ‘strong experience and a commercial approach’; Loraine Davenport ‘fights her clients’ corner, but knows when it is in a client’s interests to settle’; and Annabel Hayward is ‘a pragmatic lawyer with a cool head’. The Legal 500, 2015.
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Hawkins Family Law are pleased to share with you that they have been quoted in the Chambers Guides UK 2016 as a “well-regarded family law boutique, notably active on ancillary relief and children matters. Ability to provide alternative dispute resolution options with mediation and arbitration experience.”