Situated for over 100 years in the heart of Horsham, West Sussex, Rawlison Butler LLP has a dedicated team of family Solicitors providing a wide range of skills and experience in divorce, separation and children law. We are committed to understanding your problems and needs; working to produce the best results for you.
Our team has five family law specialists, covering a range of specialised knowledge – some with more than 20 years' experience and also a recently qualified Solicitor, allowing us to offer a range of fee levels. Our people are approachable, committed and leave out the legal jargon. Rawlison Butler makes a point of responding to telephone calls and e-mails within 24 hours and keeps clients fully informed as your matter progresses. We are also able to make appointments outside of working hours if requested.
For a free and confidential initial conversation without obligation or for more information, call Robert Worthing on 01403 252492 or visit www.rawlisonbutler.com
What our clients say
"I am very grateful indeed for the highly professional, well prepared and inter-personal skilled way in which you conducted the work. What is also appreciated is your excellent management of my expectations and concerns and will keep your contact details in case I should ever need them again".
Mr R, Horsham
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your time and work on this dispute. We have been very pleased with the prompt and efficient manner in which you dealt with this matter".
Mr K, Horsham
The divorce, separation or any breakdown of a relationship can not only be very upsetting and difficult for the couple, but also their children.
To minimise the impact of the separation on children, we recommend that you agree between yourselves how best to raise your child, agreeing contact days and times, holidays etc.
If it is not possible for you to reach an agreement, then we will assist you and try to agree the contact arrangement on your behalf. We also explore mediation and collaborative law as possible options.
As a last resort, we will make an application to the court on your behalf to deal with issues upon which an agreement cannot be reached. Your ability to bring the case depends on whether or not you have parental responsibility.