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Public Law Children Advice (involvement with Social Services)

We understand that the involvement of social services in your private and family life, can be stressful and frightening, but we can help you through this difficult time.

Public Law Children Advice Solicitors

At GT Stewart, we know that matters concerning family and private life are the most sensitive to deal with, which is why our experienced family team will listen to your concerns, wishes and feelings, and work to get you the best outcome to suit your needs.

Our experienced members of the department are based in offices across England and assist parents and family members based anywhere in the world in Family Law cases based in England and Wales. We represent clients in all levels of cases in Magistrates Courts, County Courts, the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.

We can provide advice in the following areas of child care and child protection law:

Why choose GT Stewart’s Public Law Children Advice Solicitors?

Our public law children advice team includes advanced members of the Law Society Family Panel and members of the Law Society Children Panel. We are committed to fiercely defending our clients and we have had many successful results for families dealing with social services involvement

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GT Stewart has established itself as a leading firm in the UK for criminal, housing, mental health and family law, specialising in private cases and also Legal Aid work.

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We are known for our tenacity when representing those engaged in challenging the State or defending themselves against a prosecution.