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Sometimes family life transitions can be very difficult and you will need the best experts on your side. Utilising the services of a family lawyer in Bishop’s Stortford becomes essential during these times. Whether you’re facing complex divorce proceedings, seeking to secure child custody arrangements, or in need of guidance on prenuptial agreements, our skilled family lawyers are there to be your invaluable advocates.

With their expertise, they protect your rights, assets, and the welfare of your loved ones. Navigating these challenging situations is made smoother, ensuring peace of mind and a favourable resolution, thanks to the professional support of Rayden Solicitors.

Contact Details

Heath House
51 Dane Street
Bishop’s Stortford
Herts, CM23 3BT

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Telephone: 01279 881371


Information – Download our information PDF for a little more detail prior to arrival.

Getting to our Bishop’s Stortford Solicitors office

If you are arriving by car, we are located on Dane Street in the centre of Bishop’s Stortford. There are limited parking spaces available at the office, but there is parking available nearby as indicated on the map. There is also parking available at Bishop’s Stortford train station, which is a 5 minute walk away from the office.

Alternatively, Bishop’s Stortford Station is approximately a 5 minute walk away. Services run to and from London Liverpool Street Station, and journey time is approximately 40 minutes.

How can our family law solicitors in Bishop’s Stortford help you?

Empathy alongside expertise in family law

Family law can often be fraught with stress, anxiety and exhaustion. As such, you need someone who is an expert to fight your case, but you also need someone who you can trust and who will be sensitive to your needs.

When you are feeling under immense stress, it is hard to think straight. That is when you can call on us to explain the necessary procedures and options in a succinct, clear and concise way. We provide the advice and guidance you need to get through your case and reach the best solution for you and your family.

A diverse team of divorce solicitors in Bishop’s Stortford

Rayden Solicitors is one of the largest specialist family law firms in England and Wales, with offices in Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, London and the West Midlands.

Our large team has a diverse range of skills, and all are expert family lawyers.

At Rayden Solicitors, we also offer Dispute Resolution options within family law and have solicitors specially trained and qualified in these areas. These methods all provide clients with the opportunity to potentially avoid lengthy court proceedings and include:

Why choose Raydens family law solicitors in Bishop’s Stortford?

We are pragmatic, clear and committed to getting the best possible solution for you. We exclusively practice family law, and all our solicitors are specialists in this area. As experts in our field, we are fast, innovative thinkers when speed is needed.

Our flexible approach and keen client focus means we are able to meet with you at a time and location to suit you. An innovative team approach and clear pricing policy means you benefit from competitive rates.

Our clients value our expertise and knowledge, but also integrity is at the root of everything we do.

Rayden Solicitors is committed to equality and diversity and in doing so supports and advises all members of the community.

Call our solicitors in Bishop’s Stortford for expert advice on family law

If you would like to arrange a first meeting or have any questions, please call us on 01279 881371 or send us an email.

Our office is in Bishop’s Stortford, but we pride ourselves on the ability to represent clients to the highest standards irrespective of their geographic location.

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