Family Law Guides featuring new subjects every month.
The guides provide your clients with an overview of the law relating to issues such as pre-nups, cohabitation, parental rights, child arrangements orders, the grounds for divorce and dozens more areas.
The articles are typically between 500 and 700 words and are carefully written to be informative yet engaging for clients and potential clients, and to encourage them to contact you if they need legal services. We also provide you with an appropriate image as part of the service.
How are our articles written?
All our articles start with key points and summaries from solicitors, barristers and subscription services such as Lawtel. They are then written up in BBC style English by our experienced journalists and copywriters. Our writers have worked for the BBC, ITN and quality national newspapers, together with several quality marketing agencies.
All articles are checked thoroughly before being sent to you, so you can be sure of their accuracy.
These are a few examples of family law guides we’ve written for clients over the last few months.
Samples of our Family Law Guides
Three ways to avoid court when negotiating a divorce settlement
A guide to the main stages involved when you apply for a divorce
Beginning divorce proceedings – the first key move
Key points to consider before you begin divorce proceedings
Unmarried fathers – do you have parental responsibility for your children?
Getting contact with your grandchildren if the parents block access
How the Hague Convention can help if your ex-partner abducts your child
Key points to consider when negotiating your divorce settlement
Why your child has a legal right to be heard in divorce proceedings
Key points to consider about pre-nup agreements
Calculating risk…when courts take children from parents
Warring couples must put their children first this Christmas
Dealing with debts when you divorce or separate
Key steps for child arrangements if you’re getting divorced
Cohabiting but not married…six risks you could be taking
How mediation can help reduce the stress of divorce
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the contact form if you would like more information or would like to see samples.
Phone 0115 9813655
Media Coverage has been providing articles to law firms in England and Wales for 15 years.