Marital, Divorce, Family & Childcare Lawyers
It is an unfortunate fact of life that not all marriages are successful. When a relationship breaks down it is not unusual for one or both parties to seek to dissolve the marriage or to obtain a formal Decree of Judicial Separation. Solie Law offer a sympathetic ear and practical advice on how best to resolve divorce, family & childcare legal matters in The Gambia
Divorce, Family & Childcare Lawyers
We are experienced at dealing with family break downs and relationship problems and will try and help to reach an amicable but legally binding agreement through negotiation where at all possible, but we will also represent you in any court proceedings if required.
Normally in such cases, it is necessary to decide who is to have access and care and control of children who are under the age of eighteen. The ownership of the assets of the family including the matrimonial home has to be decided between the parties to the marriage and arrangements frequently have to be made for the continuing maintenance of the children and one of the spouses.
We can also advise you on domestic violence, injunctions, wardship, adoption, custody and care proceedings. We operate a 24 hours emergency divorce, family & childcare legal service.
If you have a family or divorce problem in The Gambia and would like us to represent you, please telephone, email or write.
Personal & Family Lawyers in The Gambia
To deal with these problems you need expert assistance from somebody accustomed to dealing with the divorce, family & childcare laws of the Gambia but who is also familiar with the law in your own country so that they can explain to you in terms that you will understand the procedures and options available in relation to the problems that you face. In association with our correspondent lawyers around the world we can provide this service.
Lawyers in The Gambia: Family Disputes
Sadly, it is not uncommon for families to fall out. Perhaps children fall out with stepmother on the death of their father. Children also fall out with parents and parents fall out with each other, often in relation to their children.