6 September 2021

Forsters’ Family team shortlisted for Family Law Firm of the Year (London) award

We are delighted to announce that the Family team have been recognised at the upcoming 2021 Family Law Awards with a shortlisting in the Family Law Firm of the Year (London) category.

The Family Law Awards recognises the important work of family lawyers and celebrate their many successes and outstanding achievements. Our shortlisting recognises Forsters' family team's achievements this year in delivering quality legal advice to our clients throughout the pandemic and supporting families during this particularly challenging time. The team have also maintained an ethos of giving back to the wider family law community and providing assistance to vulnerable individuals through a range of pro bono and CSR initiatives.

The shortlist and winners are chosen by a judging panel made up of the heads of the Family Law Bar Association, Resolution, the Association of Lawyers for Children and the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, along with Family Law editors and publishing professionals.

The winner will be announced at the awards ceremony on 24 November 2021.


Breaking Good - Rethinking Separation and Divorce

Introducing Breaking Good, the new Forsters' podcast. Comedian Marcus Brigstocke teams up with leading family lawyer Jo Edwards and members of Forsters' Family team to demystify the divorce and separation process. An informative and entertaining guide to modern family law.

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Forward-Thinking Approaches to Divorce and Separation

Coming to a decision to separate or divorce is difficult and often distressing. For many, the process that lies ahead is a mystery and it is assumed that it will be confrontational and drawn-out. However, there is in fact a wide range of forward-thinking, constructive approaches to resolving the issues flowing from your divorce or separation.

Forward Thinking Approaches to Divorce and Separation

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