Leiper Gupta Family Lawyers Ltd is a boutique Family Law practice based in Eversley, on the Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey borders.
At LGFL Ltd, we pride ourselves on being Family Law specialists with a high level of expertise in Divorce, Separation and other legal issues affecting family life. We offer all our clients an individual service, adopting a pragmatic and forward thinking approach to Family Law. At the same time we maintain traditional standards of client service by dealing with your matter in a sensitive and caring manner, and working collaboratively with you.
Whether you wish us to act as your solicitors and/or legal representative in court, in the collaborative process, or in difficult negotiations with spouses or partners, we can help.
Call us to book your free 30-minute consultation with our Partners Anne Leiper and Rita Gupta, or click for more details on the main areas of law we deal with;
City Expertise, Country Rates
At LGFL Ltd you benefit from London levels of expertise and experience in Family Law, at Hampshire law firm rates. At our country estate offices, you can discuss your matters in a confidential and relaxing setting. With competitive rates, transparent charging and monthly billing, LGFL Ltd offer you attentive, specialist legal advice with the minimum of stress.
For all your Family Law matters, call us first. We're just a short drive from junctions of the M3 and M4 motorways, main trains stations at Reading, Fleet or Basingstoke, and Farnborough Airport.
At Leiper Gupta, we are proud to support a variety of charitable causes, including St Andrews School Pangbourne.
So when the school were looking for sponsors for their Secret Garden Ball, raising money for improvements to the outdoor play areas for the younger children, we were interested. When they also mentioned that this charity event was raising funds for the Thames Valley and Chiltern Air Ambulance, providing a vital service that saves lives and helps injured and seriously ill people every day in our area, how could we refuse!
It's a tongue in cheek quote, but with its feet firmly in the reality of the divorce courts, when The Sunday Times Rich List summary article suggests:"In Britain in 2015 the best way to get rich is to open a shop, gamble, get married to or divorced from a gazillionaire, or move to Liverpool - or all four."
When you first start life together as a couple, it seems so easy: move in together, share the bills, perhaps get a mortgage, buy new stuff, think about a family. However, if you live together and are not married or in a civil partnership, you have no legal status as a couple.
In a bid to reduce the levels of acrimony involved in a divorce, Baroness Hale of Richmond has called for the removal of the requirement for the allocation of blame.