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Alex Wilson, Senior Associate

Family Law

Direct Dial: 0330 1072 964
Mobile: 07583 015 487

A bit about me

If you’re at your breaking point and need a calm, understanding person to help you work through the issues, I’m here to listen. I help to bring an end to relationships that aren’t working with as little conflict as possible, resolving issues concerning children and finances so that my clients can reach the light at the end of the tunnel.

Every day, I provide assistance to people from all walks of life – husbands, wives, cohabitees, mothers, fathers and even grandparents on occasion. I never underestimate how stressful the breakdown of a relationship can be, and I endeavour to get the best possible result I can for you and the people that depend on you.

Outside work, my passions are my family (I have three young children) and sport.  I love running and represent East Wales in cross country events.

Want to know more?

Although it can be difficult, it’s important to keep the emotion out of it as much as you can and try to be practical.

We’ve got your back, so listen to our advice – we’re doing what we can to reduce any extra stress.

If you’re not sure about something, or you don’t know what something means, then ask us – I’ll happily take the time to explain it as fully as you need.

Where do I begin?

First, I need to hear your side of the story. So, come in and have a chat with me – this usually lasts for about an hour. While you’re with me, I’ll unpick the issues and give you a clear idea of what options you have moving forward.

How long will it take?

It depends on the case, but as a general rule, most court proceedings take a minimum of 4–6 months to resolve. If it’s highly contentious and has to progress to a Final Hearing, the average is 6–12 months.

How much it will cost?

This depends on the process and nature of your dispute, but we take great care to estimate costs and work out a plan to make sure you’re in financial control of your case.

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