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The Family department has a team of experienced solicitors who are able to guide clients through the emotional and complex issues involved in divorce, child contact and residence disputes and all other problems arising from the breakdown of a personal relationship.

Our solicitors adopt a sensitive and non-confrontational approach embracing the Codes of Conduct applicable to this area of the law and all are members of Resolution.  Three of our solicitors are Collaboratively trained lawyers

Areas of expertise include:

Finding Solutions

If your relationship is coming to an end or has come to an end you want to know what your options are and what realities face you. To find out how the Dutton Gregory Family Department can help you, please click here. You can also see our flow chart which outlines the options for separating and divorcing couples here.

Dutton Gregory Legal Assistance (DGLA)

For information about our Legal Assistance service please click here.

Fixed Price Divorce

For information about our Fixed Price Divorce service please click here.

Salisbury and Andover Area

Although we have offices in Winchester, Bournemouth, Poole and London we can also see clients more locally in the Salisbury and Andover area if necessary.  In respect of these areas only please ring 07836 206107 (8:00 am - 6:00 pm) for more information.
For all other areas please telephone the appropriate office number which can be found here.

To read our latest news, click here.

Cohabitation Awareness:

Nearly a third of adults in England and Wales mistakenly think that couples acquire 'common law' rights after being married for a certain amount of time or having children together.

This is not the case, and trusting in these non-existant protections can put unmarried partners at a significant disadvantage if the relationship breaks down.

There are actions a couple can take to make sure they are protected -- but they first need to know they are vulnerable.

For more information on this and for advice please click on this link factsheet