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Family Law

Posted on 27th May 2017 in Family Law

Posted by

Aimee Aspinall

Chartered Legal Executive
Family Law

Tozers’ Family Law Team covers a wide range of matters and has a number of specialists available to assist you in your case.

Family Law in Devon 

Exeter Matrimonial Law Solicitors

The Exeter office is home to the Private Matrimonial Team which deals with all aspects of separation, divorce and finances including complex cases involving pensions, farm and business assets.

Newton Abbot Child Custody Solicitors

The Newton Abbot office deals with all aspects of child related matters including care proceedings, issues with arrangements for children (previously known as Contact and Residence) and applications on behalf of Grandparents. The team in Newton Abbot is able to offer Legal Aid to those who qualify and this can extend to individuals going through a separation or divorce.

Contact Tozers Family Law Solicitors

Whatever your family law query, Tozers’ team of specialist family lawyers are there to help you at every stage in your case. Contact us to arrange a free initial consultation today.

 

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