Co-parenting tips

Establishing a co-parenting relationship can be very difficult and it’s easy to let personal feelings about your ex-partner get in the way. In this infographic we explore some tips for maintaining a healthy co-parenting relationship. If you are experiencing issues with co-parenting or need help putting a parenting agreement in place, call us today on…

The divorce process can be a particularly upsetting/chaotic/emotional time, and there are a number of actions to avoid to ensure you get the best outcome for your case. In this infographic, we suggest some things to avoid when starting a divorce. If you would like to know more about how we can help you, how your…

Separated parents often struggle to agree on arrangements for the children. As court proceedings can be lengthy and expensive, it is often better to try to reach an agreement outside of court. If you are unable to reach an agreement, however, then it may be necessary to apply to the court for a Child Arrangements…

Your children need to be your first thought when you separate and the right information can help you to prepare for your case and win child custody. If you wish to understand more about child custody, book a free consultation with one of our solicitors, who will be able to help you.

Model and songwriter Kirsty Bertarelli has reportedly become Britain’s “richest divorcee” after a divorce from her billionaire husband after 21 years of marriage. According to the Daily Mail, Ernesto and Kirsty Bertarelli’s divorce was finalised in the summer, with Kirsty Bertarelli agreeing to accept a £350 million settlement, making her the richest British-born divorcee on record. It has…

Prenups are commonly associated with the rich and famous. This has led to the widespread belief that the agreements are useless and unromantic when in reality they can be a sensible and transparent way to help you and your fiancé find a fair agreement for both of you and avoid stressful situations in the event…

Deciding who children will live with following a relationship breakdown can be extremely stressful. If parents cannot reach an agreement, it may be necessary to ask the family court to decide the child arrangements. The temptation to post on social media during a child custody court case can be difficult to resist, particularly if you…

“No fault” divorces to become law on 6 April 2022. Under the new law couples will no longer have to use one of the five facts for divorce (desertion, adultery, unreasonable behaviour, 2 years separation with consent or 5 years separation without consent). Learn more about how the divorce laws will change with this infographic….