Looking for family law solicitors in Carlow? Call us today
Brody & Company Solicitors have years of experience working within all aspects of family law and specialise in helping clients through divorce and separations.
Facing a family law issue can be a difficult time for all involved, especially when children are involved. Our family law solicitors understand that a quick solution that is handled sensitively is the ultimate goal of the process.
We have learned that no two cases are the same and that family law can be a complex area of the legal system without the necessary experience. Our solicitors take a personalised approach to every case, consulting with clients on the legal obligations and rights of every individual's unique situation.
Operating in a respectful and professional manner is a key part of the service our family law solicitors offer to clients in Carlow and beyond.
We have considerable experience working with all aspects of family law including:
Barring Protection & Safety Orders
Dissolution of Civil Partnerships
Pensions on Separation/Divorce
A satisfactory outcome for both parties is preferred in family situations but the needs of our client are always our number one priority. We appreciate that family law can be a very sensitive area and at Brody & Company Solicitors, our family law solicitors operate and treat our clients with the utmost confidentiality and respect.
I am looking for family law solicitors near me, can you help?
Our team of family law solicitors in Carlow are dedicated to serving locals as well as wider communities throughout Ireland. Get in touch with us today.
Will I have to go to court?
Certain cases can be settled out of court. Court will not be necessary if both parties or parents involved can agree on the conditions of the settlement with their solicitors. However, certain cases like domestic violence, child custody or barring orders will more than likely require a court settlement.
How long do divorce proceedings take?
The time of divorce proceedings will depend on each couple and how quickly they can agree on the terms of their divorce. In 2019, a referendum reduced the time of separation required for a divorce from five years to two years. This means you and your spouse must be living separately for at least two years before you can apply for a divorce.