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Name: Days Solicitors, Maidstone Kent

Description: The firm was founded in 1892 by Walter Hanks Day. In 1894 it moved to its present office.

It took its present name Days Solicitors instead of G M & Timothy Day & Co on 1 January 1997.

The last family member Timothy Day retired in December 1999. The firm is continued by John Rice and John Barrow, both of whom have been involved with the practice since the 1980s. The firm?s steady expansion has been built on a reputation with satisfied clients.

The increasing complexity of the law has meant we have organised into separate departments working as individuals or as teams within the firm always under the supervision of a qualified solicitor and partner.

We operate a practice that is small enough to be personal. Our systems will ensure that different departments co-ordinate their work on your behalf.

We believe in keeping skills up to date. We encourage our staff to attend training regularly both inside and outside the firm, to achieve further qualifications and to become members of expert panels and groups.

Our solicitors are members of the Solicitors Family Law Association and are therefore committed to a constructive but firm approach to solving your problems. The department?s quality is guaranteed by the award year by year of a legal aid franchise. Our private clients enjoy the benefit of the same internal quality procedures on your file.

The work we do covers any legal area arising out of family difficulty or breakdown such as separation agreements, judicial separation, divorce, custody, contact with children, parental responsibility and the re-arrangement of finances, maintenance, pensions and property. We advise an increasing number of cohabitees. We draft cohabitation and pre nuptial agreements. John Barrow is a member of the Children Panel and advises and represents parents, grandparents, children and guardians in public law child care cases.

We provide access to the Community Legal Service (formerly legal aid).

In appropriate cases we can encourage and arrange the use of counselling and mediation.

Category: Kent

Url: http://www.dayssolicitors.co.uk/

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By: Bernadette Brown
I divorced my ex-husband in June 2007 (Absolute) and agreed that my son would reside with my ex-husband on the condition that I had access to see him on a fortnightly basis over weekends. My ex husband has gradually been cutting this down and i need to understand my position on obtaining a court order for access, as his conduct is becoming at best, aggresive and inconsistent I live in Maidstone and would appreciate some urgent advice please
Email: professional3647@yahoo.co.uk
Date: 25 Nov 2008



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