If you are left out of someone’s will there are two realistic courses of legal action. You can try to claim that the will is invalid. This is only going to be a viable course of action if, by invalidating the will, you stand to receive something from...
The Dawson Hart Family Team are ranked as leading lawyers in the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners publications.
We offer an initial free consultation to discuss your options.
At Dawson Hart we understand that any relationship breakdown is an emotional and difficult time for all involved. Our team are experienced in dealing with the issues that arise and will provide practical and clear advice that is tailored to you and cost effective.
All members of our team are members of Resolution, an association of family lawyers committed to a code of practice which promotes dealing with all family matters in a constructive way.
What the team is known for
The Legal 500 says:
‘Dawson Hart is a very experienced firm with a long track record of handling sensitive family disputes. With a primary focus on matrimonial finances, the team frequently assists with international asset protection as well as spousal and child maintenance disputes for high-net-worth clients.’
Chambers and Partners says:
"Respected team specialising in complex financial issues connected with relationship breakdown. Also well versed in private law children issues including leave to remove matters. Represents professional clients from a range of industry sectors and committed to resolving disputes outside of court where possible."
“The "absolutely top-notch" Mahie Abey "is sympathetic, very thorough and committed," according to clients. He brings experience practising at the Bar to his family law practice, which includes both financial and private children matters”.
Our services include the following areas (further information is available by clicking on the links on the right hand side of this page):-
- Financial Arrangements
- Cohabitation Agreements
- Property Disputes for Cohabiting Couples
- Financial Provision for Children of Cohabiting Couples
- Civil partnerships
- Pre-nuptial and Post Nuptial agreements
- Separation agreements
- Personal Protection
- Collaborative law