Where separated parents cannot agree on the living arrangements for their child or there is a dispute about a key
When parties separate often issues arise surrounding the care of the children, such as where the children shall live, how
The Families Need Fathers website (www.fnf.org.uk) defines Parental Alienation (PA) as follows: “A situation in which a resident parent (usually
For many grandparents their grandchildren are very important parts of their lives and the idea of being denied contact with them can be heart-breaking. However, the courts do often recognise the invaluable relationship a grandparent and grandchild can share and the significance this has in a child’s life.
Guest Blog by Sue Atkins. Sue is a parenting expert, broadcaster, speaker and bestselling author, she is a member of the panel
In the conclusion to a two-part analysis Che Meakins looks at Xydhias agreements and the procedure to be adopted on
Rachel Nicholl highlights the courts’ approach when dealing with financial conduct and litigation conduct. This article was first published in the
In the first of a two-part analysis Che Meakins sets out different types of agreements between parties in family proceedings