Thomas Flavell & Sons offers a range of legal services to help you as an individual, family, or business organisation. Please choose from the services below for more information on each area of law that we specialise in.
Founded back in 1809, Thomas Flavell & Sons has a long and proud history in providing legal services for businesses and Individuals. Our loyal in-house team offer the highest level of care for all clients.
Thomas Flavell & Sons has offices throughout Leicestershire and Warwickshire, providing legal services for businesses and Individuals since 1809. Please select any office for directions and contact information.
Seeking legal advice at an early stage is crucial to ensure that you secure the best possible outcome. Whether or not you have yet discussed the prospect of a separation with your partner, we can help you consider your options and assist you to make decisions which are right for you and your family.
We can advise and assist you upon all aspects arising from the breakdown of your relationship, whatever your circumstances, including the intricacies of LGBTQ+ parenting, we can provide the guidance you require sympathetically and with sensitivity.
We are able to discuss the alternatives to the Court process with you to help you try and avoid conflict where possible and can represent you in Court proceedings in circumstances where disputes cannot be resolved.
Getting married or living together with your partner is a decision which has important legal and financial consequences for you both. We can also provide legal advice prior to you embarking upon making those commitments.
Our team are able to advise on the following:
TFS employs experienced and personable professionals who will help you promptly and efficiently in whichever legal services you require. You are welcome to read a full biography for each member of our team and view their direct contact details.
In this blog, Family Lawyer Judith Wheeler discusses alternative options that are available which promote a more amicable and conciliatory approach to separation, such as Family Mediation and Collaborative Divorce.
When we walk down the aisle, most of us expect our marriage to last a lifetime. But this isn't always the case, and people re-marry. However, this can bring complexities, potentially resulting in heartbreak and difficulties for your loved ones.