Appointing A Barrister
Since 2010 it has been possible to appoint a Barrister to represent and advise you directly. This summary offers some guidance.
Barristers cover wide geographical areas when representing clients and do not stick to work in their home town or city. Barristers who can take instructions directly on family law matters include:
Readers of this page may also be interested in an article called "Family Courts without a Lawyer"