Our family solicitors will be friendly and professional

The Family Team at Mayo Wynne Baxter acknowledge that delicate issues require a delicate approach. Our expert team of family law solicitors know that understanding and patience are key to resolving any number of family issues; and they want to help you.

Our family law advice is delivered by a team of experts who are accredited by The Law Society, which means that you can come to us knowing we have the attitude and professionalism to understand your situation.

Whether needing advice on separation, divorce, civil partnerships, cohabitation, children or financial issues, our family legal advice is tailored to your circumstances. Our family law specialists regard every person and issue to be unique, so you will receive a refreshing and personal way of helping you.

Allow our family solicitors to resolve your family issues

Our specialist team will always listen to every detail of your issue, and apply their expertise and experience to act quickly in resolving your disagreement.

Your best interests and future are always at the heart of the matter, and we will go that extra step to protect yours and your family’s interests. We have extensive experience in the following areas:

  • Divorce Advice
  • Civil Partnership Law
  • Cohabitation Rights
  • Child Custody Rights
  • Family Mediation Services

Contact a member of the Family Law Team today for a confidential and personal consultation.

Brighton office

Tel 01273 775533

Eastbourne office

Tel 01323 730543

East Grinstead office

Tel 01342 310600

Forest Row office

Tel 01342 822112

Lewes office

Tel 01273 477071

Seaford office

Tel 01323 891412

Primary Contact

Charles  Le May
Charles Le May


T | 01273 223274
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