Care Proceedings Child Contact Disputes & Care Issues Divorce Injunctions

Osborne & Co Family Solicitors

Our offices are based in Birmingham City Centre.
 
We specialise in family cases involving children. We represent parents, children and family members in care proceedings. We have a substantial amount of private law cases including Residence Order, Contact Order, Adoption Order and Special Guardianship Order proceedings.
 
We represent people who are victims of domestic violence and forced marriages.
 
We assist parties following the breakdown of marriages and partnerships including acting in divorce proceedings and ancillary relief work.
 
We are a team of highly experienced and dedicated professionals who have all been involved in family work for a number of years. Barry Walker is a member of the Law Society’s Children’s Panel. Sadia Masud is a Member of the Law Society’s Family Law Panel and the Law Society's Children Panel.
 
We are contracted with the Legal Aid Agency to provide publicly funded work when a client is eligible. If you are a parent in care proceedings we should be able to act for you free of charge. If you are a relative of a child in care proceedings, a victim of domestic violence or a person seeking to protect a child at risk of abuse, it is possible that you will get public funding subject to an assessment of means and other documentary evidence. If you are not eligible for legal aid we can provide a cost effective service on a private paying basis.

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