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Online Legal Advice and Services - We have already brought online, processes and safeguards to allow our professionals and support teams to function fully remotely. We would like to remind our existing and new clients that business operations at the office have not been interrupted, and that we have offered a digital consultation option for several years now. In light of the of Coronavirus developments we would encourage any clients seeking legal advice to simply complete our online enquiry form or call our switchboard on +44 (0)203 959 9123 who will arrange an appointment via our online platform, skype or telephone conferencing.

What makes OTS Solicitors family law team stand out? We take our legal work personally. That means our caring and approachable family law solicitors will listen to you and take the time to understand yours and your family’s needs and goals. With the best legal advice, we will guide you through your family law options and achieve a result that is right for you.

We help people from a wide range of backgrounds and both UK and international families with their family law concerns. We do not judge or dictate what you should do. Instead, we work with you to find family law solutions. That is what makes us stand out as specialist family lawyers.  

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Divorce Financial Settlement reached at the First (FDA) Hearing!
Client was in the process of his divorce proceedings when he approached us. He received numerous very unreasonable offers from his ex-spouse in respect of how their matrimonial finances should be split. In this case it was a long marriage of 20 + years with two grown up children and one in their teens. Also, the parties had equally contributed to the family life. Our client felt cornered with these unreasonable proposals and therefore, came to us for help.
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