Thame + Wheatley Office Social Distancing

Thame & Wheatley Family Law continues to regard clients’ safety as essential in response to the challenges posed by COVID-19. During the current lockdown we are suspending face-to-face client meetings (ie meetings inside the office and away from the office). However we are more than happy to offer one-to-one consultations via Zoom, Skype, WhatsApp, Facetime and Facebook Messenger.

Do you need a will prepared or updated?

We offer a comprehensive service for the preparation and execution of a Will

Are you suffering in silence from coercive control or any form of domestic abuse?

Nick is here to help or telephone 07432 767426.

Stay safe everyone and contact me for Family Law advice at this difficult time. Nick

Legal Services


Civil Partnerships for Heterosexuals – now an option if you and your partner would rather not marry

Did you know that there is no such thing (in UK law) as a Common Law Wife or Common Law Husband? As such, if you live with somebody but don’t get married, there are many rights you potential miss out on, in the event of divorce or the death of your partner.

Coercive control IS domestic abuse. Don’t suffer in silence! There are things you can do about it..

Coercive Control is a form of domestic abuse, recognised by law in England and Wales.

If you, a friend or member of your family is being controlled by their partner, it could be that you or they are suffering from coercive control.

‘No Fault Divorce’ The law is set to change to blame-free in 2021

If you are considering divorce in 2021, but don’t want blame attributed to your spouse or yourself, a new UK law, set to come into effect later this year, could be the answer that you’re looking for. Contact Thame + Wheatley Family Law to discuss your situation.


Flexible opening hours, including early mornings, evenings and Saturday mornings. Please note however that for practical reasons, to ensure client confidentiality, all client meetings are strictly by prior appointment only, pre-arranged by email or telephone.

So to avoid disappointment or a wasted journey please telephone or email Nick Rees for an appointment: