Solicitors in Stockport specialising in Family Law based in Heaton Moor South Manchester. BJ McKenna Solicitors are family law specialists in divorce, child custody, legal separation, collaborative law, co-habitation breakdown, childcare arrangements and financial settlement issues. Service provided for people living in South Manchester, including Stockport, Heaton Chapel, Heaton Moor, Offerton, Reddish and Marple.

Serviced Areas

  • Greater Manchester, South Manchester, Stockport

Contact Details

  Website
  City Stockport
  Postcode SK4 4DT
  Phone Number 016 1432 5757

Products & Services

Family Law

We have wide experience of all aspects of family law, and provide expert advice and representation in the following areas:

Divorce/Dissolution of Civil Partnership and relationship breakdown
Financial settlement and child support
Contact and residence for children
Domestic violence and injunctions
Child abduction
We recognise that family breakdown and children cases can be distressing to all involved, and we take a sympathetic approach to resolving your problems. Our aim is to provide excellent independent advice, to get the best results for you. In urgent cases, we can act immediately to secure injunctions and safeguard your rights.


Personal Injury - Accident Claims

We can assist those who have suffered injury as a result of a road traffic accident, a tripping accident or an accident at work which is no fault of their own, in obtaining compensation.

We are commited to every client to maximise their compensation and to expedite the claim process.

Client recommendations are our most important source of work, reflecting our success in maximising damages for the victims of accidents.


Residential Conveyancing

We have the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Assurance Accreditation and we can help you with all your conveyancing needs, including:

- Buying/Selling Houses/Flats
- Mortgages/Re-Mortgages
- Grants of residential leases
- Gifts of land
- Equity releases
- Trusts of property
- Right to Buy
- Transferring ownership of your property
- Making a gift of your property
- We work with a wide range of lenders
- We help you achieve a successful remortgage

From Our Website

When you visit or speak to us, you can expect excellent quality and friendly legal advice from our team. We serve clients from all walks of life and pride ourselves on our down to earth approach. We are a forward-thinking firm, putting our clients' needs first to get the best results the law can offer. We have offices in the Stockport, Manchester area but home visits can also be arranged for those in Greater Manchester or North Cheshire, who are unable to attend our offices due to disability.


We have two offices in Stockport, one in Heaton Moor and the other in Heaton Chapel. Having outgrown our offices at 182A Heaton Moor Road, Heaton Moor, Stockport we have purchased larger premises close by at 335 Wellington Road North, Heaton Chapel, Stockport SK4 4QG to enable us to have better access for disabled and elderly clients by having large downstairs interview rooms and car parking immediately in front of the offices. This also enables us to better serve our clients in Stockport and Manchester by being on the A6 road which links Stockport and Manchester with frequent buses and being very close to Heaton Chapel train station.


We are specialists in dealing with Lasting Powers of Attorney which are legal documents where a person gives another person or persons (the Attorneys) power to sign and conduct legal formalities and make other decisions on their behalf. This allows your Attorney to make welfare and healthcare decisions on your behalf when you no longer have the mental capacity to do so yourself. If you wish this could include giving or refusing consent to life sustaining treatment in certain circumstances. A Lasting Power of Attorney is an important document and you should take great care in choosing your Attorneys.


Buying, Selling or Remortgaging your property can be very stressful. Whether you are selling a property, buying your first home or moving up the property ladder, B. J. McKenna & Co Solicitors are among the leading conveyancing solicitors in Stockport, South Manchester & East Cheshire. We can help with all your residential conveyancing needs and help you move on quickly and easily. Moving home should be an exciting time and it doesn't have to be stressful. Getting the right legal advice and support at an early stage is essential as buying and selling a home is one of the most important transactions you will face during your lifetime.


As specialist employment law solicitors in Stockport, South Manchester & East Cheshire, we can help you with all aspects of employment law. For example, your employer or indeed yourself may have decided, following a dispute or in view of possible redundancy, to suggest you enter into an agreement that would terminate your employment. Your employer may have indicated a wish for you to sign a compromise agreement in exchange for an additional payment. In this case, you must obtain advice from an independent qualified lawyer with a good knowledge of employment law.


When faced with divorce or disputes about children or the ending of a Civil Partnership it is important that you have experienced solicitors to advise you. Bernard McKenna - who holds a first-class honours degree in law and a distinction in legal practice - is a well-known and respected Family Law Solicitor in Stockport, South Manchester and East Cheshire, who heads our Family Law Department, assisted by fellow solicitor, Lavinia McDonald-Jones. We recognise that seeing a solicitor often comes at a difficult and stressful time in our clients' lives.


No-one likes to think about their own death, and this is why most people don't make a will. As a result many people die every year without a Will and the estate either goes to distant relatives who are legally the next of kin or, in some cases to the Crown. B J McKenna are specialists in wills & probate law in Stockport, South Manchester & East Cheshire - and we can help. Those you leave behind may also find administering your affairs much harder and end up paying more inheritance tax. It's especially important that you make a will if you have young children, a handicapped spouse, you are separated or divorced, or you have an unmarried partner.