Family Law

Head Of Family Department

Kerry Mordey

Kerry has built up an enviable reputation in complex high net worth divorce and all aspects of children’s and family law, since qualifying in 1991, attracting a high profile following based on expertise and proficiency.

Kerry is a member of the Law Society’s Children Panel with particular expertise in representing children as well as parents in care proceedings and international child abduction matters. She has also featured regularly in local press and on radio.

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    The divorce lawyers at Hopkins Law are some of the most respected and experienced in the UK. We strive to resolve family disputes in a conciliatory manner by negotiated agreement. However, where court proceedings are necessary, we have the expertise to run such cases decisively and effectively.

    Prenuptial Agreements

    Prior to marriage, couples can make a prenuptial agreement setting out the division of assets in the event of a subsequent divorce. This allows couples a degree of self-regulation over their own financial affairs without the need to involve the state in a long, protracted and expensive court case.

    Family Law

    Hopkins Law specialise in all aspects of child law, understanding the sensitivity and expertise required when dealing with what is in the best interests of children. Regularly instructed to represent parents, our team also has extensive expertise in representing the children both through their court appointed guardians and in certain circumstances, on the young person’s direct instructions.

    Domestic Violence

    At Hopkins Law, we understand the pain and distress caused by domestic abuse and take rapid action to ensure the protection of you and your loved ones.

    Family Law 2

    A cohabitation agreement is a legal document setting out the basis on which financial agreements and other matters operate, as well as making provisions in the event that things go wrong.

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