Welcome to Brookman Solicitors
London-based English Divorce, International Divorce & Family Lawyers
We are a specialist divorce and international divorce family law firm, advising clients in the United Kingdom (specifically England and Wales) and throughout the world. We have a very people–orientated approach to working with clients. Our principal Henry Brookman has practiced law for over 30 years, and our team has a wide range of skills and expertise. We are ranked by the Legal 500 and have been awarded the Law Society’s quality mark, Lexcel.
I know I made the correct decision in employing the services of Brookman.
- BN, Surrey
It was a breath of fresh air to speak to someone where I didn’t feel judged.
- JD, London
Everyone I know who has consulted you has been happy.
- Stephen Howells, Stone Chambers London
Knowing that you were in charge has given me a peace of mind I will forever account you for.
- FM, West London
The consummate professional, combining clear knowledge on divorce law with extensive experience.
- MS, Dubai
No stone was left unturned, no details missed...the end result was most satisfying.
- MB, London
Cannot thank you enough for all the advice and support given.
- LA, London
A first rate service in a very complicated and contentious international divorce settlement.
- OR, San Francisco
We handle all types of divorce case in England, from straightforward to complex.
We are the experts in divorce cases that cross country and cultural borders.
Know your rights as a parent and take the right steps to protect your children.
Negotiating finances requires a law firm with a record of client successes.
A family firm of very experienced divorce and family lawyers.
Advice and news to help you understand the legal issues and your options.
What our clients are saying:
“May I take this opportunity to thank you for all your help throughout the divorce. I truly appreciate all the effort and patience you have put into it and will forever be grateful.”More success stories…
Several months ago, the Government introduced new stamp duty legislation, which means that any person owning their own home and buying an additional property will be forced to pay an extra 3% tax above what would normally fall due. For example, a couple buying their first home, valued at £260,000, will need to pay 5%…Read more…