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Specialist legal advice for
modern families.

 

The Modern Family Law Company is a virtual law firm, specialising in children law, child arrangements disputes and family creation services such as surrogacy, adoption and assisted conception.  

What TMFLC Stands for

What do we stand for?

We stand for excellence.  For inclusivity and empowerment.  For every child, parent and family member having access to the best legal services available, from professionals who have personal experience of the law they practice. 

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01206 233157

Our Clients

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Corporate Clients

In addition to the wide range of children law and family creation services that we offer to individuals and families, we also offer specialist bespoke advisory, consultancy, training and speaker services to the media, charities, action groups, universities, local authorities, fertility clinics, corporate bodies and many other organisations.  Media enquiries are directed to our designated email address.

News and comment

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17.12.2020

With the anti vaccination lobby shouting ever louder, what will the Courts response be?

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30.10.2020

The Modern Family Law Company featured in The Law Society Gazette!!

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23.10.2020

The rainbow flag is a symbol of LGBTQ+ Pride and has been since the 1970s. But we should be proud of the NHS as well!

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Latest posts

05.05.2021:

Our Trusted Partner Jemma Wilkinson, of Jemma Wilkinson Therapy (www.jemmawilkinsontherapy.com), has written a piece for us about what it means to be a transgender youth.  

30.04.2021:

At the close of this Lesbian Visibility Week we want to highlight an inspirational lesbian who is one of the founding owners of The Modern Family Law Company: Deborah Baxter. 

 

29.04.2021:

A new Trusted Partner has joined our network, specifically supporting the mental health and well-being of the LGBTQIA+ community.  

27.04.2021: Melissa

Making a decision over where your child will be educated is a hugely important decision.  We all want the best for our children, but with the educational choices open to parents being so broad, what if you and your ‘ex’ can’t agree??   

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