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Oratto Legal Services: Free Divorce , Separation and Family Law Advice & Information

Oratto provides free information and advice on divorce, separation, child issues and all other family law matters.

Our website is a free online resource full of information and guides about the divorce process, financial settlements in divorce, child arrangements (sometimes referred to as  custody or child ), cohabitation separation, civil partnership dissolution, domestic violence orders pre and post nuptial agreements, and much more.

Oratto has written a Parenting Plan, which is free to download, and can help facilitate a constructive discussion between parents about parenting after separation, keeping the children at the heart of the discussions.  Parenting Plans are particularly useful where children are young and the arrangements may be likely to change over time to reflect their needs. They are more flexible than Child Arrangements Orders (which require mandatory safeguarding checks) and can be changed easily and with minimal expense; and mean that parents do not need to go to Court. 

Oratto’s mission is to connect individuals and businesses with the right lawyer for their needs and thus to generate work for lawyers with the relevant competence.

Free to use for the customer, the Oratto website is packed with useful information, legal articles and up-to-date points of law, accompanied on each page by related lawyer profiles. These comprehensive bios allow users to choose a particular solicitor, qualified paralegal or chartered legal executive whom they feel suits their needs.

We have a wide range of experienced lawyers who can help you – please contact our friendly and experienced advisors on Freephone 0800 368 6338, Whatsapp (+44 7457 404 635) or email ( or visit our website for more information about our services.




Who to contact

Contact Name
Mark Julien
Contact Position
Managing Director

Divorce Advice London

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