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HSSF quality mark awarded to local solicitor for support for separating couples

17th August 2016
Andrew Stout, Partner at Tallents Solicitors in Newark, has been awarded the Help and Support for Separated Families (HSSF) Mark. This quality mark shows that he can support separating parents to work together to resolve disputes and help them focus on the best interests of their children. Andrew is the only family law solicitor in the Newark area to currently… Read more

Working hard to protect the children

28th June 2016
As the number of applications for children to be taken into the care system in England hit an all-time high this year, Children law specialist, Mark Hawkins at Tallents Solicitors in Mansfield, looks at the data in more detail. Mark said: “Local authorities (LA) are committed to protecting vulnerable children and young people from harm and the care process is… Read more

Children law

3rd June 2016
Tallents Solicitors has legal specialists able to offer advice and support in a wide range of family and children law matters, including: child contact, domestic abuse, adoption, local authority involvement, care proceedings and child protection. Three of our legal team hold the Law Society Children Law Accreditation mark and are members of the Children Panel: Mark Hawkins, Andrew Stout and Matthew… Read more

Law Society accreditation for Tallented family and children law specialist in Mansfield

22nd April 2016
Mat Derbyshire, a family law specialist at Tallents Solicitors in Mansfield, has been accepted onto the Law Society’s Children Panel and is now able to represent both adults and children in child-related legal matters. Mark Hawkins, partner and children’s law specialist at Tallents Solicitors in Mansfield, said: “We are incredibly proud of Mat’s appointment to the Children Panel. The accreditation… Read more

Who’s looking after the children? A guide to care proceedings

29th February 2016
The number of children being looked after in care has increased steadily over the last seven years and is now higher than at any point since 1985, according to recent statistics released by the government. Although, the care process may seem very complicated to parents and guardians, Mark Hawkins, partner and children’s law specialist at Tallents Solicitors in Mansfield, offers… Read more