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Smith Gadd & Co

Smith Gadd & Co
1 The Courtyard
London Road
Horsham
West Sussex
RH12 1AT

Email: litigation@smithgadd.co.uk
Website: www.smithgadd.co.uk
Contact: Mr. Peter Alison

Telephone: 01403 271222
Fax: 01403 271999



Geographical areas covered: West and East Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire

Legal aid: No
Mediation: No
Collaborative law: Yes
Disabled access: No
Special initial interview offer: Details available on request

Head of Family team: Nigel Smith
Family team members: Peter Alison
Resolution members: Nigel Smith and Peter Alison
Resolution areas of expertise: Advanced Financial Provision; Children; High Asset and Complex Cases; Collaborative Law
Specialist panel memberships: Law Society Advanced Family Law Panel
Other departments: Residential and Commercial Conveyancing; Wills & Probate; Employment; Litigation

About us

Smith Gadd & Co have been providing a broad range of legal services to the people of Sussex since 1992. We always strive to provide an efficient, quality service at competitive rates whilst maintaining a personal and practical approach for both our private and business clients. There are many legal challenges today for individuals and businesses alike and our professional team of Lawyers combines experience with a modern approach to provide the best standards of service and client care.

Our Family Team consists of Nigel Smith, one of the founding partners of our firm, and Peter Alison who is also a highly experienced Family Practitioner. Both Nigel and Peter are able to offer advice in all aspects of Family Law including:

Married Couples

  • Divorce
  • Separation
  • Annulment
  • Financial Claims within Divorce (Ancillary Relief)
  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements
  • Collaborative Family Law Service

Children

  • Residence Disputes
  • Contact Disputes
  • Adoption
  • Special Guardianship Orders

Unmarried Couples

  • Cohabitation Agreements
  • Civil Partnership Disputes

Other Complementary Services available at Smith Gadd & Co

  • Wills
  • Change of Name Deeds
  • Administering of Oaths and Statutory Declarations
  • Conveyancing
  • Employment Advice
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