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About VM Family Law
VM family law is Bolton’s first and only niche, highly specialist family law firm. The firm was established in 2020 by Victoria Melling who has been working in family law for over 20 years.
Victoria has been described in the Legal 500 as calm and “confident when helping high net worth clients reach complex financial settlements in matrimonial proceedingOther comments from the Legal 500 include:
“Victoria Melling revels in the challenge of working with her clients to get the best, cost effective outcome for them. Her clients value her advice and expertise”
“Victoria Melling always has a very professional, determined but fair approach – she clearly stands up for her clients.”
Why choose us?
We realise what a difficult time this must be for you. What you do not need at this time is a whole lot of legal jargon and hidden costs. We understand the importance of establishing a relationship of trust and partnership with our clients and strive to give straightforward no nonsense, practical advice whilst offering excellent value for money. Here at VM Family Law we can guarantee:
Initial Free Consultation
We offer an initial free appointment of up to 1 hour with an experienced family lawyer to ensure you receive bespoke advice from that very first meeting.
Many firms offering free appointments only offer them with paralegals or trainees or junior solicitors and are usually time limited to no more than 30 minutes. Here at VM Family Law we are different as all new clients are seen by Victoria herself.
This gives you the opportunity to get to know us, test our approach and see if we are the right family law firm for you.
If you do need any family law help/advice then please contact us to arrange an appointment either by telephone on 07984286581 or via email to email@example.com or by completing the contact form on this website and we will contact you as soon as possible.
What Clients Say
Victoria Melling has been working in family law for over 20 years with many happy clients, colleagues, professional referrers and contacts
Choosing the right process for you
As Resolution members we believe in resolving disputes in a constructive non-confrontational way, but this does not mean we shy away from court proceedings and in fact we conduct much of our own advocacy where many solicitors will rely on barristers even for preliminary hearings.
We understand that acrimony and disputes impact on the children of the family as well as the adults and there is also impact on the wider family such as grandparents.
We will tell you about different ways to resolve your dispute such as:
- Directly with your ex partner
- Collaborative law
- Roundtable meetings
- Via solicitors
- Court proceedings
We will help you decide on the right process for you.
Feel Free to Get In Touch
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