Our highly trained solicitors can guide you through the Court Order process.
Applying to the court is often seen as the last resort because you can only apply to the court when you have ensured that all avenues of amicable agreement have been exhausted. You cannot issue an application without first attempting, or being assessed for, mediation. It is important to remember that a court battle can be a long drawn out series of hearings and, throughout this, your children will be aware of what is happening. They may have to speak to the Court welfare officer (Cafcass officer) during this time, too.
Mr & Mrs S, Sheffield
We would like to thank our solicitor acting for us Richard, he did a great job and was very easy to speak to and very friendly. Extremely professional and we would use him again in the future.
Mr P Sheffield
Thanks for your assistance with my case, your advice has been invaluable, and I would certainly recommend Banner Jones to my family and friends.
Mr & Mrs W, Alfreton
Thankyou Helena Downing for all your excellent service.
Mr & Mrs S, Bridlington
We’re really grateful for the work you did for us. 10 out of 10!
Miss H, Nottinghamshire
Brilliant service, kept well informed all the way through the process. Would definitely recommend.
Mr & Mrs D, Mansfield
Cannot fault the service, efficient, prompt and cautious. Matters explained very well and clearly. Pleasantly surprised.
Mr W, Nottinghamshire
Service provided was excellent. All the staff were very helpful, considerate and professional. I would highly recommend to friends and family.