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Our office is now closed to our clients but we continue to be at the end of a phone to advise you. We are trying to deal with as much correspondence as we can by email rather than post, and it would be helpful if you could do likewise. Some of our staff will be in the office most days to review mail received by post. Where a court hearing may be planned this may have to be reviewed and re-scheduled. We are closely following court and other guidance on this subject. In the event that we do have to close the office and you have a query that is urgent, the best way to contact us is by email.

Please ensure that you use the email address law@sallygoldstone.co.uk as this is the one that will be permanently monitored. Please appreciate however that we may not be able to respond fully as we may not have access to your file if we are working remotely. Make sure your phone number is included in any email message you may leave so that we can contact you.

We cannot guarantee that we will be able to access messages left if you telephone the office in the even that we are unable to attend, although we will be setting up call divert if our office closes completely. I do appreciate that your matter is important to you, and it is important to us too. We will do all we can to ensure that we are able to assist you during this unprecedented time.

Stay safe everyone.




 After 15 years as a solicitor, Sally Goldstone established her own practice in Swansea in 2009 to provide a specialist legal service to those facing divorce or separation, including disputes regarding children and financial matters.

Sally Goldstone Family Law has become one of the leading names in the South Wales area for providing specialist advice in a personal, professional and confidential way to support the emotional as well as the legal needs of clients facing relationship breakdown.

The team of specialists work together to ensure clients’ needs are met in a timely and cost effective manner.

"Divorce and relationship breakdown have often been compared with bereavement and dealing with issues arising from the end of a relationship can be very upsetting.

Our philosophy, wherever possible, is to resolve matters without unnecessarily increasing acrimony between the parties. We encourage dialogue where appropriate, and actively engage in negotiation in an attempt to resolve matters in an appropriate and cost-effective way.

Of course negotiation can only lead to agreement if both parties are willing to co-operate. Where no co-operation is possible the court process must be followed to achieve a resolution of matters and we adopt a robust approach to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients. "