If your relationship has broken down and you need advice about obtaining a divorce, or on children issues, or on the financial consequences to you, or if you have been a victim of domestic violence or you simply wish to change your own or your childrens’ names for whatever reason then we can deal with everything for you.

Mark Reynolds solicitors are an established and trusted Family Law solicitors based in five offices across the North West. We have two offices in Liverpool and also offices in Leigh, Runcorn and Warrington. Our specialist Family Law department offers compassionate, pragmatic and cost effective advice and will offer you guidance on any issues relating to Family Law.


Our commitment

Family Law is a sensitive area and you are guaranteed to be treated with respect and with discretion at Mark Reynolds solicitors. We are committed to resolving family disputes in a constructive and sensitive manner. We promote a non-confrontational approach to family issues and encourage solutions that consider the needs of the family rather than just the individuals. We aim to provide quality legal advice and services to ensure that any family dispute is resolved as quickly and painlessly as possible.

Family disputes

When it comes to relationships and family, most of us will quite readily assume that we can resolve all of our issues privately without the law becoming involved. Whilst we always encourage clients to resolve issues amicably if it is at all possible the reality is however far more complicated than many of us would like to believe. In today’s world, family life comes with its own set of problems, and for each of these issues there exists a range of possible legal action to be pursued.


What can our family law solicitors do for you?

Here at Mark Reynolds solicitors we offer a diverse range of legal services regarding Family Law and matrimonial problems in our offices at Liverpool, Leigh, Runcorn and Warrington covering everything from divorce proceedings and financial disputes to children arrangements and protection from domestic violence. Our specialist team are exceptionally skilled in these matters.

We understand the sensitive nature of the work we do and we consistently aim to provide the best possible service to our customers to produce favourable outcomes for them. We are, after all, Family Law solicitors and as such we know what it means to be part of a family. We understand fully the difficult and emotional distress caused as a result of a relationship breakdown.

Our family law department deals with the following areas of law:-

Divorce – clear, concise and sensitive advice for when a marriage breaks down

Financial matters – ideal solutions to financial issues following a relationship breakdown

Child Arrangements – looking after the childrens’ interests following a relationship breakdown

Grandparents’/relatives’ rights – helping relatives exercise their rights with children

Domestic Violence – expert legal advice for victims of violence, controlling behaviour or harassment

Change of Name – providing advice and assistance if you or your children wish to change names

Pre-nuptial/Pre-cohabitation agreements – helping you to plan what will happen with your assets at the beginning of a marriage, relationship or civil partnership

Mediation – the method of resolving family matters without going to court

Our main aim is to try to resolve all of the issues brought before us outside of the court through careful and tactful negotiations and discussions as this approach allows us to minimise the stress and cost to you and ends your dispute as quickly as possible. However should these attempts at reaching an agreement by way of conversation fail to resolve the dispute you can rest easy knowing that we work just as well in court as we do outside of it.

Contact Mark Reynolds solicitors

For a free no obligation chat about any concerns that you have about a relationship breakdown please contact one of our team at the Liverpool, Leigh, Runcorn or Warrington offices on 0800 0029 577 and ask to be put through to the Family Law department. Alternatively, complete our online inquiry form by clicking here to go through to our contact page.