Brodies Divorce & Family Law

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Our Divorce and Family Law Team

We are Scotland’s leading team of specialist divorce and family lawyers, providing advice on all legal matters relating to divorce and family law. From our offices in Aberdeen, Dingwall, Edinburgh and Glasgow you are always able to speak to one of our divorce lawyers or family solicitors, and we make sure that you are looked after by the specialist member of our team with the knowledge that best suits your needs.

Whatever your situation, we can help.

Our divorce lawyers, family solicitors and mediators are personable and approachable. Our objective is to resolve matters for you as efficiently as possible, so that we can get the best outcome for you and your family.

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Aberdeen
Brodies LLP
Brodies House
31-33 Union Grove
Aberdeen
AB10 6SD
Tel:
+44 (0)1224 392 242
Fax:
+44 (0)1224 392 244
Email:
family@brodies.com
Edinburgh
Brodies LLP
15 Atholl Crescent
Edinburgh
EH3 8HA
Tel:
+44 (0)131 228 3777
Fax:
+44 (0)131 228 3878
Email:
family@brodies.com
Glasgow
Brodies LLP
110 Queen Street
Glasgow
G1 3BX
Tel:
+44 (0)141 248 4672
Fax:
+44 (0)141 221 9270
Email:
family@brodies.com

Latest blogs

In a landmark vote in the Scottish Parliament in February 2018, the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill (which promised to offer a tougher approach to the prosecution of...

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Separating from your spouse creates a whirlwind of emotions.  There are 101 things to think about and understandably, the kids, the house and the money usually take...

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I was delighted to be invited to join my Scottish colleagues, Lynda Brabender QC and Kate Dowdalls QC in presenting at the Four Jurisdictions Family Law conference in...

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What are the consequences of family break-up on the mental health of children? It is reported in The Guardian that parental separation is more likely to harm the mental...

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  • Toughening stance on prosecution of domestic abuse and implications for family law in Scotland

    By Garry Sturrock, February 2019

  • Till death do us part…

    By Kate Bradbury, February 2019

  • Reflections on the 4J’s Conference

    By Shaun George, February 2019

  • Caught in the middle: the impact of separation and divorce on children

    By Lydia McLachlan, January 2019

Latest blogs

Toughening stance on prosecution of domestic abuse and implications for family law in Scotland

By Lydia McLachlan, February 2019

In a landmark vote in the Scottish Parliament in February 2018, the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill (which promised to offer a tougher approach to the prosecution of...

Read more

Till death do us part…

By Lydia McLachlan, February 2019

Separating from your spouse creates a whirlwind of emotions.  There are 101 things to think about and understandably, the kids, the house and the money usually take...

Read more

Reflections on the 4J’s Conference

By Lydia McLachlan, February 2019

I was delighted to be invited to join my Scottish colleagues, Lynda Brabender QC and Kate Dowdalls QC in presenting at the Four Jurisdictions Family Law conference in...

Read more

Caught in the middle: the impact of separation and divorce on children

By Lydia McLachlan, January 2019

What are the consequences of family break-up on the mental health of children? It is reported in The Guardian that parental separation is more likely to harm the mental...

Read more