We understand that legal matters are challenging and very personal to you. That’s why our boutique legal practice is here to offer you and your loved ones the professional service you seek, with a personal touch. Not only will we assist you with the emotionally difficult areas of Family law and Wills & Estate planning but we will help you to sail through them calmly and with minimum financial and emotional cost.
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We offer a free initial 20 minute consultation to all clients to establish your legal requirements. In some instances, that one consultation is all that you might need to move forward in your circumstance and gain clarity. Phone us today to make your appointment by telephone or skype.
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I was referred to Natasha at Heart Legal through a friend when I needed legal advice for a family matter. From the first phone call I felt confident I had found the right person to represent and help me. Throughout, Natasha was extremely helpful and professional with my case and her experience stood out. During Read more about Client Review – Sarah[…]
Is it happening to me / my kids? The onset of a campaign to alienate one parent might not be immediately apparent, however it may be as simple as controlling a child’s communication with the other parent, whether that is vacuuming the loungeroom while the children are on the telephone to Dad (yes, for real Read more about What is Parental Alienation?[…]
Recent Judgment in UK parenting matter involving relocation of child is a letter written to the child by the Honourable Mr Justice Peter Jackson. Inspirational letter and reasoning for the decision in a language that a child will understand. Once you have read the letter, you will understand why it needs to be shared! Neutral Read more about Judgment delivered by letter to a young boy and My Cousin Vinny![…]
It can be an emotional and painful realisation when your relationship / marriage is over. During relationship breakdowns and separation, it is sometimes difficult to think rationally and logically all of the time. However, I would like to help you (or someone you know) with a few simple steps that can practically assist you during Read more about So it’s over….what now?[…]
Having shared care of children and effectively co-parenting requires negotiation, planning and shared expectations. Sometimes these can all go out the window, and there is no better example of this than the ‘change-over’, when children go from one home to another and parents are face-to-face. Whether your child is leaving for the day, night or Read more about Shared care and co-parenting: Avoid change-over stress with some common sense tips.[…]
What is a will? A will is a legal document which sets out who will receive your property when you die. As well as giving away property in your will you can appoint the person you want to be your executor to make sure the will is followed, and if you have young children you Read more about What is a Will and other questions about Wills.[…]