McKenzie Friend

Family & Civil Court Support
  Divorce, Child Arrangements, Financial Settlements & Civil Matters    
  McKenzie Friend Philip Kedge    
  Covering Aldershot, Guildford, Kingston, London, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton, Staines.    
  McKenzie Friend Court Support.  
  About Phil Kedge.

Phil has been a McKenzie Friend since 2013, and has helped 100's of people through court with Divorce, Child Arrangements and Financial Settlements. He can save a client between 17,000 - 40,000 on legal fees.

Philip Kedge is a retired senior police officer of 22 years service. He joined the police in 1990 after obtaining a 2.1 BSc Hons Degree in Psychology. He was promoted through the ranks to Chief Inspector in 2003. He served as a Commander with full experience of managing case files and understanding the legal system.

Phil has personal experience as a 'Litigant in Person' in Family Court having represented himself through to 'Final Hearing'.

Phil was medically retired from the Police Service in 2013 following spinal surgery and transfered all his criminal law experience, training and skills to Family Law as a 'Lay Person' McKenzie Friend. He supports clients across the entire Southern Region and also offers a Divorce Mentoring Service.

In 2012 he was awarded the 'Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal'

McKenzie Friend Phil Kedge
Affiliate / Client Referral Scheme T & Cs.
Child Arrangements.
Ancillary Relief - Financial Hearings.
Occupational Orders.
Non Molestation Orders.
Tolata Claims.
Case Strategy.
Court Bundles.
Managing cross examinations.
Mediation and Parenting Plans.
Attending and supporting you in court.
  Phil offers a service as a Divorce Coach which can run separately or in parallel to his role as a McKenzie Friend legal lay advisor.

Coaching prepares you for divorce and separation and teaches you how to manage conflict and acrimony, understand the legal process fully and to reduce the emotional harm to any children as you go through the process.

For more information about his coaching service, please