Telling your children that you are planning to divorce can be daunting. Although it is never going to be easy to explain to a child of any age that their parents are separating, there are ways to break the news which will ensure your children feel safe and supported throughout the divorce process. How you…

Occupation Orders enable the court to determine which party will remain in the family home following the breakdown of a relationship. They are generally only made in specific and usually serious circumstances. What are Occupation Orders? An Occupation Order is a type of court order which enforces a person’s right to reside in a property….

According to government figures, the number of couples opting to live together without getting married or entering into a civil partnership increased by 137% in the 24 years between 1996 and 2020. Why such a spike in cohabitation over the last two decades or so? Changing attitudes in society over couples living together before (or…

Parental alienation can have serious consequences for the relationship between a parent and their child. Being able to spot the signs and act as early on as possible is vital, for the sake of everyone involved. What is parental alienation? Parental alienation is a type of psychological abuse carried out by one parent towards the…