Committed to the constructive resolution of family law disputes

Since 2016, we’ve been committed to delivering an unparalleled level of service in a compassionate, timely and cost effective manner to each and every one of our clients. No matter your situation, we can help.

We are solely dedicated to offering legal advice and help in relation to all family law related matters. We offer legal advice and help for Divorce and Separation, Children Matters, Financial Cases, Domestic Violence and other Family Law related issues.

Whatever you're facing, we're here to help

Our Services

Whatever you're facing, we're here to help

We offer the highest quality of service to all of our clients based upon the experience and expertise of our lawyers. We provide a comprehensive family law service which puts our clients’ needs as the priority. Here at Prism Family Law, client care is at the heart of our business.

Professional guidance when you need it most

Our support

Professional guidance when you need it most

At Prism Family Law, we offer all of our potential clients an initial free 30 minute appointment. We find this to be ample time in most cases to find out more about your situation and to provide you with immediate advice and to consider all of your available options, including the likely cost.

Our knowledge is your knowledge

Our Talent

Our knowledge is your knowledge

We offer a friendly and approachable service. Our team is sympathetic, understanding and will put you at at ease from your very first appointment to the conclusion of your case and beyond.

The help you need,
when you need it

No matter the issue. No matter the circumstances.
You are at the heart of what we do.
Contact us today for a free, impartial session.

From the blog...

Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programme – What Next?

Often, in private proceedings concerning child arrangements under the Children Act 1989, persons found to have been the perpetrators of domestic abuse and or violence may be required to undertake domestic abuse and violence work and often that would have resulted in individuals being directed to undertake a “Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programme (DAPP)”, the purposes