Family & Divorce

Our Family Team are here to answer all of your questions, but in the meantime please read our helpful Q&A below Divorce Advice

Kitsons Solicitors - Family and divorce services

Divorce can be a distressing and unpleasant experience.

Any situation involving children is bound to be especially difficult.

Most people want to resolve the issues fairly and with minimum impact: we work hard to make this happen.

Our team is experienced in handling family and divorce situations in a sensitive and caring manner.

We are able to help with all aspects of family breakdown and also have experience in drawing up or approving the increasingly popular pre or post-marital agreements.

We can help you with:

  • Divorce, nullity and separation
  • Cohabitation and civil partnerships
  • Assistance with mediation
  • Arrangements concerning children
  • Protection from domestic abuse
  • Pre-marital agreements
  • Collaborative law

Getting in touch:

To find out how we can help with any family and divorce situations, please contact your local Kitsons office:

  • Torquay – 01803 20 20 20
  • Exeter – 01392 45 55 55
  • Plymouth – 01752 60 30 40

Alternatively you can email us at or contact an individual member of the Family & Divorce team below.

Send us an enquiry:

Send us your enquiry online by completing our online enquiry form. A member of our family and divorce team will then get in touch directly to discuss your situation.
Complete our online Enquiry Form

Your family & divorce team are...

Rebecca GilesAssociate

Rebecca is an Associate in our Family team

Kitsons Solicitors - Tony Hunt

Tony HuntPartner and Head of Family

Tony is a Partner and Head of our Family team

Kitsons Solicitors - Lynn Newcombe

Lynn NewcombeLegal Secretary

Lynn is a Legal Secretary in our Family team

Kitsons Solicitors - Lisa Stanzl

Lisa StanzlLegal Secretary

Lisa is a Legal Secretary in our Family team

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