Both you and your husband or wife or partner will be concerned about how your children will deal with your separation.
With legal aid drastically cut back, Bird Belderbos and Mee is delighted to be supporting a national, not-for-profit social enterprise working to provide accessible support to families through the difficulties of separation and divorce.
In a new poll, 79 per cent of the population agreed conflict from divorce or separation can negatively affect children’s mental health. Find out how James Belderbos is helping families minimise the effect of divorce on children.
As part of Family Dispute Resolution Week we encourage families with children who are facing divorce to watch this short video ‘Put your children first during divorce’.
This week Resolution has launched it’s third Family Dispute Resolution Week. The awareness raising week aims to highlight the alternatives to court for separating couples and their families.
In April this year the Children and Families Act 2014 came into force. It caught the media’s attention as it brought in a range of new measures including free school meals for Key Stage 1 pupils, smoking bans in cars and a number of family friendly employment measures. The Act introduced the single Family Court.
Of the many questions asked when advising parents who are going through a divorce or separating, is when will I see my children? This is often the most emotional issue.