LSL Family Law: About us

LSL Family Law provides family mediation, collaborative law, children arbitration and family legal advice in London and the South East.

Building a relationship with you

If you’re facing a divorce or separation, you’ll be entering a highly anxious and uncertain period in your life. LSL Family Law is here to support you and help you find the right way forward – even when you think you don’t have much control over your life right now.

Wherever possible we advocate mediation, collaborative law and arbitration as alternatives to court. Because going to court is not just confrontational, it’s costly and drags the process out longer.

We are here to guide you on your journey and will do everything in our power to minimise stress and hassle for you and your family.

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How we will work together

We appreciate how difficult it can be to fit additional appointments into a busy day. We use the very latest technology to gather facts about your situation, saving you time and allowing us to keep client costs to a minimum. Once you have completed our short online induction questionnaire (press ‘Get Started Online’ at the top of this page) we will contact you to find out how you would like to proceed.

Due to the current pandemic, we are not meeting clients in person. Your first meeting will be held online via Zoom or Microsoft Teams.

After this, most contact will be by telephone and email. We can arrange further video conference meetings whenever you wish.

At LSL Family Law, we love to use technology that makes our clients’ lives easier, so, in addition to videoconferencing for online meetings and screen sharing, you can access all documents by logging in with a secure code. We believe in a paperless business, so the only paper you will see will be court documents.

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We work with other professionals to ensure that you receive the all round support that you need

  • Counsellors – at this time we strongly recommend that you have the support of a counsellor.

  • Family therapists – to assist with the support of the family: even when separating you are still a family – just a different shape.

  • Accountants and forensic accountants – their input can be vital to a positive outcome.

  • Independent financial advisors – some have received additional training from Resolution to assist separating couples.

  • Actuaries – particularly when considering pensions.

  • Mediators – to assist with discussions.

  • Collaborative lawyers.

  • Barristers – either for representation at hearings (if we are not attending) or for an expert opinion on complicated issues.

  • Business valuers.

  • Independent social workers – either to help with the family or to provide reports.

  • Psychologists/psychiatrists – either to help with the family or to provide reports.

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Contact us today to arrange an initial chat in complete confidence.
We’re here to relieve your anxiety and find the right solution to the problem you’re facing.

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