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Family Lawyers in Glasgow, Scotland

Family Lawyers in Glasgow, Scotland

family divorce child lawyers glasgow scotlandFamily issues and disputes can cause acute distress and anxiety. However, you may be surprised by the variety of options available to you. Led by our experienced divorce lawyersJonathan KeeCameron Shaw and Nicola McGuire. Our sympathetic team of family law solicitors will assess your circumstances and provide guidance to ensure that you take the best course of action to resolve the situation.

Whether your concerns relate to the residence (custody) of your child; cohabitation; separation; divorce; the ownership of the matrimonial home; or any other financial matters; we offer objective, reliable and clear advice and will steer you through the entire process to a satisfactory resolution.

For a free, confidential discussion about your case with one of our Team, please contact us here or call us on 01413751222. 

Why Choose Jones Whyte Law's Family Law Team?

  • Committed to finding the best, most effective solution for you and your family
  • Experienced, professional, approachable and empathetic
  • Members of The Family Law Association of Scotland
  • Sympathetic, client-focused solicitors
  • Glasgow-based (our headquarters are on Bath Street), operating throughout Scotland
  • Competitive rates, with fixed fee options available

Separation & Divorce Legal Advice & Representation 

When a relationship breaks down, you will often be faced with a number of very difficult financial and personal decisions, none of which are easy to make but will impact significantly upon your future. No matter your individual circumstances, early advice is essential to give you peace of mind, certainty about your rights and ensure that you are separating on fair terms.

At Jones Whyte Law, our specialist family law solicitors know that you need an objective and reliable advocate to fight your corner and advise you of the consequences. Our legal experts will offer all the support you need in order to facilitate your separation and, at the same time, protect your interests.

The circumstances surrounding the separation can often be extremely upsetting and one person may be acting in an abusive or threatening manner. If that applies to your situation, please contact us straight away.

You can also read more from our divorce & separation lawyers in Glasgow here and find out more about Jones Whyte on netmums here. To speak to one of our family lawyers today, please contact us here.

Pre-nuptial, Cohabitation & Separation Agreements

It may seem more pragmatic than romantic, but couples are increasingly entering into agreements that set out how matters will be dealt with should their relationship come to an end. Whether you are married, cohabiting or in a civil partnership, such an agreement allows you to safeguard your interests if the relationship breaks down. This is particularly relevant for cohabiting couples, who only have limited rights compared to married couples and civil partners. Early advice, no matter the circumstances, is crucial.

At Jones Whyte Law, our specialist family law solicitors have drafted many such agreements that allow couples to minimise future disagreement and costs. Whether you want to clarify how financial assets will be distributed or arrangements for children will be decided, we can help you to negotiate and draft an agreement that protects your interests. Read more about these various types of legal agreements and how our family law solicitors can help you with each through the following pages:-

Child Residence & Contact (Custody & Access)

Legal disputes involving children can be particularly sensitive and distressing, both in terms of the numerous protections the law puts in place for the welfare of the child and the raw emotion involved. Whether you’re a parent, grandparent or other relevant person in a child’s life, we can help you protect and maintain that child’s welfare. Amongst other things, we have vast experience assisting with:

At Jones Whyte Law, our specialist child law solicitors are able to offer pragmatic advice whilst remaining sensitive to the emotional toll such disputes can place on you. We have vast experience assisting our clients to get the best possible outcome for them and the children they care about. Please contact our specialist family law solicitors, free of charge, for an initial discussion.

Funding Family Law Cases

We appreciate that the costs associated with instructing a family lawyer can be uncertain or prohibitive. This is why we offer very competitive private rates or Legal Aid to those who are eligible. We guarantee that our costs will always be transparent and also offer flexible payment plans.


“I am grateful to the family law department at Jones Whyte for fighting my corner to secure me regular and happy contact with my children following a difficult time in my life”

David D


“It was a distressing time in my life when I asked jones whyte law to represent me on a child custody issue with my wife. Jonathan Kee, the solicitor who advised me and represented me made the situation a lot less stressful, he was friendly, knowledgeable, gave good advice and was easily contactable to discuss aspects of the case. As my situation changed so did what I was seeking in court and Jonathan Kee adapted easily, represented me well and achieved a good outcome. I am very thankful to him for all his hard work.”

Alan Y 


Contact Family Lawyers in Glasgow - Jones Whyte Law

We’re a team of sympathetic, client-focused solicitors, who pride ourselves on providing innovative and effective solutions. With family law solicitors based in Glasgow and operating throughout Scotland, we provide legal services tailored to your needs and budget, with fixed fee options available.

For a free, confidential discussion about your case with one of our Team, please contact us here or call us on 01413751222. 

Book your free Family Law consultation:

0141 413 5435

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