Family Solicitors Cumbria

With both regional and national acclaim, Progression Solicitors offers specialist services for a wide range of business and personal legal issues. We have dedicated family solicitors in Cumbria who are dedicated and highly experienced.

Our team of family solicitors in Cumbria are available across our Barrow-in-Furness, Lancaster and Ulverston offices. Our family solicitors Lisa Bell (née Martin), Judith O’Brien (formerly Wright) and Michele Ashton are all members of Resolution, a community of family justice professionals who work with families and individuals to resolve issues in a constructive way. Resolution members abide by a code of practice to support clients to resolve matters as constructively and with as little conflict as possible.

We have the expertise to advise on the following:-

  • Divorce and financial settlements Separation agreements
  • Spousal and child maintenance Pension sharing
  • Civil partnership dissolution Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements
  • Child Arrangements (contact, residence, access
  • and custody) Change of name deeds
  • Non-molestation and occupation orders

Whilst we appreciate that dealing with these issues can be an emotional and stressful process, our friendly, efficient and pragmatic family solicitors will assist you in achieving a swift and cost-effective conclusion.

Contact us for a fixed fee initial consultation with one of our family solicitors. We offer remote telephone appointments or face to face appointments in our Barrow-in-Furness, Lancaster and Ulverston offices. Contact our family team on 01229 580956.

The relevance of contributions in a financial remedy case

The relevance of contributions in a financial remedy case

As a family law solicitor, I have noticed that in the aftermath of many marriage breakdowns, second only to a complaint about bad behaviour on the part of one spouse, is an argument that one party believes that they have contributed more financially than the other during the marriage, and therefore this leads to a… Continue Reading

What is the difference between freehold and leasehold?

What is the difference between freehold and leasehold?

When you begin the process of buying or selling a property, you may get asked – is the property leasehold or freehold? This can be confusing if you aren’t aware of the difference.  A freehold property is where the ‘superior’ title is held by you. Meaning that you own the property absolutely.   Whereas in terms… Continue Reading

Focus on Neighbour Disputes

Focus on Neighbour Disputes

Many of us, at some time in our adult lives, will have an issue with one or more of our neighbours.  But what happens when it crosses a line and you can no longer ignore the behaviour.  At Progression, we can advise you of your rights regarding your property and what you can do if… Continue Reading

Navigating Challenges in HMCTS Probate Applications: What You Need to Know

Navigating Challenges in HMCTS Probate Applications: What You Need to Know

The probate application process is often a crucial step in administering an estate, but recent challenges with HMCTS (His Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service) have caused delays and frustrations for individuals seeking to settle their loved ones’ affairs. HMCTS probate applications have encountered technical glitches and system overloads, leading to delays in processing and granting… Continue Reading

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