Family & Divorce Solicitors in Nuneaton and Warwick

With our extensive knowledge, Bromfield Legal understand that family law can often include sensitive complications. Our family law solicitor team have experience in a wide range of family law matters. Through open discussions and deliberated advice, we can help our clients from our offices in Nuneaton and Warwick. Practiced in complex issues, our committed team will tackle your family law requirements with professionalism, dedication and care.

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Our full range of family law services

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Divorce & Separation

As family law experts, we understand that it is often difficult ending a marriage. With our legal help, we can guide you through the legal complexities of a divorce or separation. Our family law solicitor will make sure to make the process as smooth as possible for you and your family.

Divorce & separation

Property & Finance

If you are going through a divorce from your partner, we want to make sure that you are happy with the way your property and finances are divided. As family law experts, we work with you to make sure you get a settlement you are happy with and left in the best possible financial position.

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At Bromfield Legal, we believe that every child deserves the best quality of life. We make sure to protect your rights as a parent and work with you to get the best possible results for you and your children. When it comes to children, our family law solicitor team work tirelessly to make sure justice is reached.


Domestic Violence

If you’ve ever been threatened, verbally or physically assaulted, or forced to have sex against your will, you are a victim of domestic violence. We have a dedicated team with the experience to guide you through the legal steps. We’ll obtain an injunction for you, to prevent your abuser from harassing, hurting or intimidating you.

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Prenuptial Agreements

Our expert family law solicitors can help you create a prenuptial agreement before marrying a spouse. You can protect your family, property and finances by planning for all eventualities. As legal advice specialists, our aim is to protect your future and our solicitors work with you to create tailored agreements.

Prenuptial Agreements

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“I recently had the pleasure of working with Charlotte Rhodes and her team in respect of a family law matter, and I cannot express enough how grateful I am for her expertise and guidance throughout the process. From the very beginning, Charlotte listened attentively to my concerns and provided me with clear and concise legal advice, which was invaluable in helping me make informed decisions.”

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To discuss our family law services in detail, call our dedicated team today on 024 7638 2343

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Can you refuse to sign divorce papers?

If you or your spouse refuse to sign the divorce papers, this does not always stop the divorce process. If you and your spouse have been separated and living apart for more than 5 years, or if the divorce is based on your unreasonable behaviour, your signature may not be required. Read more about how this works in our blog here.

How long does a divorce take?

Divorces in the UK will take at least 6 months to complete, even if the circumstances are straightforward. It may take longer if there are any disputes over money, property, or children.


Do you need a solicitor for a prenup?

In short, yes. In order for a prenuptial agreement to be binding, both parties must have independent legal advice before signing the document.

Can I write my own prenup UK?

Writing a prenuptial agreement yourself is possible, however, this can come back to bite you if it is used within a court case. For the court to take account of what has been agreed within a prenup, the document must be prepared in a certain way. We would always advise speaking to a family law solicitor.


Do you need a solicitor for child arrangements?

You do not need a solicitor if you and your partner agree about child arrangements. A legal advisor will be required to draft a consent order if you want a legally binding agreement. If the parents disagree, then a  Child Arrangement Order is needed. Find out more about a Child Arrangement Order here.

Do solicitors deal with child maintenance?

Family law solicitors often deal with child maintenance matters if the parents are unable to come to an agreement. Our solicitors here at John Bromfield are able to provide specialist legal advice on financial support for children.

Domestic Violence

Do domestic abuse cases go to court in the UK?

Domestic violence is a criminal offence in UK law, meaning the majority of cases end in court. If you’re looking for more information on this then visit the CPS website here.

What is the law on domestic violence in the UK?

The act of domestic abuse has been criminalised in the United Kingdom. Visit the Government’s Domestic Abuse Act 2021 to find out more.