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Remote Family Law Services

Remote family law services - Just where you are

Just Family Law is a local bespoke family law firm based in Hampshire however we have welcomed and represented clients nationally and globally and continue to do so with ease given updated technology and our streamlined approach.

Whatever your Family Law Issue

As a specialist family law practice, we can advise on all aspects of family law, whether or not you are married, living together or engaged and whether or not you are entering into a new relationship or your relationship has broken down. We can deal with all aspects of private law children matters, surrogacy and gender related issues.  

Wherever you work and live 

We represent and support clients nationwide and internationally and are accustomed to providing full advice in video meetings with document sharing, phone calls and email. Your “remote” family lawyer will be available online to provide the same high standard of personalised service to you without distance being a barrier.  

Your remote family lawyer will be personable, approachable and will respond to you promptly.  

Our understanding and supportive service remains the same, with the same level and quality of work, but we meet on video meetings, not in person  

We work for you as a team at Just Family Law and your video meetings will be with your chosen solicitor. The meetings will be set up by sending you an email invitation and all you will need to do is to accept the invitation and join the meeting at a mutually convenient time. No traveling time or parking issues, just you and your lawyer online, achieving more in a shorter space of time.

At home or abroad 

We have a specialist ex pat divorce service and can represent you wherever you may be based internationally and have represented clients throughout Europe, in the US, Caribbean, Middle East, Asia and Australasia. Your one-to-one remote meeting with your selected solicitor can be arranged for a time to suit both time zones. Please let us know you are abroad when you book your meeting as your matter may require urgent priority.

Wherever your court proceedings are heard

Most court hearings are being successfully conducted via video link and we have adapted our working practices to enable efficient and organised online working. We are available to represent you at remote hearings wherever they are being heard in England and Wales.

Filing for divorce online 

Online divorce applications are now standard, but advice is still required to avoid pitfalls of incorrectly completing the online process which could jeopardise the divorce and financial remedy process.  Full legal advice before you start to issue online proceedings is essential and can be provided through our remote family law service.

What to do next 

Contact us by phone or email or via the website to book your initial fixed fee remote family law advice session via phone or video conferencing.

Terms and conditions for our remote fixed fee advice session 

  • One initial fixed fee advice session is offered to all prospective new clients (subject to conflict checks and other conditions). 
  • The charge for the initial hour’s remote meeting is £100 per hour plus vat and the minimum charge is £100 plus vat 
  • All our consultations are offered during office hours, lunchtimes, and outside normal working hours by agreement. 
  • Our advice session is only for you, and we cannot talk to and advise third parties on your behalf. 
  • The remote meeting generally lasts for an hour, but it is no problem if you may require a longer and more in-depth remote meeting, just let us know when you book. 
  • Documentary ID is required prior to the remote meeting.  
  • We are unable to give full and specific case advice as we will have not assessed any documentary evidence unless time for this is included with remote meeting time. 
  • We are unable to help draft any documents or help complete any court or other forms during your initial 1-hour remote session but can do so as an additional remote service following the remote meeting. 
  • Any cancellations or requested changes to the appointment time should be made as soon as possible for early rescheduling. 

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