At Wellers Law Group we understand the stress that can result when a marriage or relationship is no longer working.
Whether it is your choice or not, bringing a relationship to a close is never going to be easy and that is especially true when children are also involved. We are experts in family law and the role of our team is to support you right the way through this difficult time and do everything we can to ensure the process is as straightforward and painless as possible.
Wellers Law Group LLP is a modern, full-service legal practice operating from seven office locations in central London, Kent and Surrey, serving clients in the UK and overseas.
Originally established in 1881, the Wellers Law Group has evolved to become a unifying legal brand which comprises a number of highly respected individual firms of solicitors. Each brings their own specific skills and specialist knowledge.
As a group of nearly one hundred legal professionals we set very high standards in all aspects of the work we conduct, our level of expertise and our service. We take pride in our ability to add real value in addressing your legal needs, finding better and more practical answers for you and doing so in a friendly and approachable way.
As experts in divorce and all aspects of family law our fees will not be the cheapest available, however you will find our service and the results we achieve represent exceptional value for money.
Starting your new life
As a full service legal practice we are able to help you right the way through the divorce and separation process. Our family lawyers work together with experts in other fields of law to help you start your new life on the right footing.
- Preparing a new Will to reflect your choices of who you leave your estate to and who will act as your executors
- Identifying and mitigating exposure to Inheritance Tax
- Assistance with buying and selling properties and transferring equity
- You may need to update a Power of Attorney to change you deputy and reflect new responsibilities
- If you are in a new relationship a cohabitation or prenuptial agreement may be required
- Will your change of circumstances require immigration advice?