Specialist family lawyers and mediators in Oxfordshire

We continue to work flexibly to limit the spread of Covid-19 and to ensure the safety of all our staff and clients.

Many of our staff are not in the office at all.

Please continue to contact us by email or by phone and not to visit the office without an appointment.

Although Government guidelines about the wearing of face masks change on 19 July we will continue to require all visitors to wear one.

If you do not wish to wear a face mask we will be happy to offer you a remote or telephone appointment.

Legal Aid for Family Law Matters

Getting Help to Pay for Legal Costs Irena Osborne Legal aid is the use of public funds to help to pay for legal advice, family mediation and court representation. The Legal Aid Agency  is in charge of providing legal aid in England and Wales.

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Digital Divorce – The Way forward

Digital divorce portal becomes mandatory on the 13th September 2021. For further information contact Karen Newman or one of the team by  contact BH&O either by telephone or by email 

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No Fault Divorce

On Monday 07th June, in answer to a Parliamentary question, the government committed to the introduction of the new no fault divorce being up and running on  the 6th April 2022.  This is later than anticipated, but it provides a clear committed

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101 Questions Answered When Separating With Children

Boardman Hawkins & Osborne have decided to provide our clients, prospective clients, and anyone accessing our website with access to 101 Questions About Separating with Children. We recognise that so many issues may present themselves to parents in these situations,

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Mental health awareness week 2021

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. This last 15 months, during the pandemic, most of us have experienced significant changes and increased stresses, especially those experiencing family breakdown or difficulties in our family situations, so it is even more

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