Parenting After Separation – What To Do Before Telling Your Children
June 27, 2017
A family break-up can be a challenging, confusing, emotionally-charged and even chaotic time and it can be difficult to see a clear way forward.
However, once you have made the decision to separate, it will be hugely beneficial to everyone involved if you break things down into manageable, bite-size chunks. By tackling things one step at a time, the situation won’t seem so overwhelming or insurmountable and you will be able to work out a way to progress.
7 Ways to Help Make Joint Custody Work
June 13, 2017
Before we look at ways that parents can help make the care and living arrangements (formerly known as Child Custody) of their children work, it’s helpful to put some context around the discussion.
Tips to Stay Amicable Throughout Your Divorce
June 6, 2017
Divorce is never easy.
It ranks as one of life’s most stressful events, so it’s natural that strong feelings and intense emotions will be involved. Divorce is not something that goes away once the paperwork is signed and even if the couple who are getting divorced don’t have any children, a break-up always affects other family relationships.
For some people, an amicable divorce may seem impossible. However difficult it may be, and however traumatic the relationship break-up has been thus far, it is ultimately easier and far less costly for everyone to work hard to try and keep things civil.
Here are some points to bear in mind to help you work towards an amicable solution: