Specialist family law solicitor Adrian Silk is relocating to Larcomes’ Waterlooville office at the start of December to head up the firm’s family law practice in Waterlooville.
Adrian previously worked at Larcomes’ in his home city of Portsmouth, where he has been based since joining the firm in August 2023.
Adrian has almost 30 years of experience in family law. He qualified in 1995 and has been practising as a solicitor for the last 28 years.
He specialises in all areas of family law, including matrimonial and child law, and throughout his career has represented many different clients on a wide range of legal issues, including divorce, grandparents’ rights, and financial remedy disputes.
Before joining Larcomes, Adrian ran his own law firm, representing people from all walks of life and giving practical advice with a supportive approach.
Adrian is looking forward to continuing to support clients with their family law matters following his move to the Waterlooville office on 4 December 2023.
“I am looking forward to further developing the advice, support and representation that Larcomes offers to our family clients in and around Waterlooville.
“I am pleased to be part of an expanding matrimonial and child law team, and to be heading up our family law department at our Waterlooville office. We offer a full range of family law services and representation to the community in Waterlooville,” he said.
Along with Larcomes’ other family law solicitors, Adrian is accredited by Resolution, a group of family law professionals who believe in a non-confrontational approach to resolving family issues.
Adrian reflects the broader Larcomes’ family law team values in attempting to find a non-contentious solution to family disputes wherever possible.
Resolution members are committed to the organisation’s Code of Practice, which promotes an approach to family law that is sensitive, constructive, cost-effective and will most likely result in an agreement.
“Most family lawyers will suggest trying family mediation first to try to resolve an issue if the circumstances are right,” says Adrian.
“If it is possible to avoid court proceedings, do so, as litigation can be costly, stressful, and drawn out. However, sometimes court proceedings are essential to ensure a case does not drift and a result is achieved.”
He will head up the firm’s family Waterlooville office, and fellow family specialist Sandra Phillips, who has been at Larcomes since 1999, will continue as Head of Family at the Portsmouth office.
Sandra has also been awarded the Help and Support for Separated Families (HSSF) mark, which identifies professionals who promote collaboration between parents.
We are also recognised by the Grandparents’ Association for providing sound, specialist legal advice to grandparents who have issues keeping in contact with their grandchildren after the separation of the grandchildren’s parents.
Find out more about Adrian by clicking here.
Family Solicitors Waterlooville
At Larcomes, we understand that family law issues are complex and stressful, which is why we provide a supportive and caring approach.
Our focus is to help you find a solution that works for you and your family, whether through negotiation, mediation or court proceedings.
Regardless of the complexity of your family law matter or dispute, our solicitors in Waterlooville and Portsmouth have the knowledge and expertise to help.
We will explain all the options available to you and ensure you are aware of the costs involved, guiding and supporting you through every step of the process.
Our specialist family law services include:
- Separation and Divorce.
- Matrimonial Finances.
- Ancillary Relief Procedure.
- Civil Partnership.
- Children Act Proceedings.
- Pre- and Post-nuptial Agreements.
To speak with Adrian or for legal advice from another of our specialist family lawyers, please call 023 9224 6666 or make an online enquiry.
Remember, you can talk to us in complete confidence and gain reassurance from speaking to someone who understands your situation.
Click here to find out more about our family law team.
Please note that this article is not intended as legal or professional advice. It is for general guidance only, and updates to the law may have changed since it was published.