Listening to the Children

If you’re a parent going through a divorce or a separation, you might think that you know what’s best for your children. But under the law, it’s not all about you. A child’s views are often a very significant factor in determining parenting arrangements following a...Read More

How to have a good divorce

Is there such a thing as a ‘good’ divorce?  One that’s conducted amicably with fairness to all parties? Or is a divorce doomed to be a difficult and distressing experience, characterised by anger, anxiety, regret (and great expense), so the only sensible course is to...Read More

7 Biggest Mistakes in Family Law

Most separating couples are able to resolve their Family Law disputes effectively. But for some, their family law dispute becomes an ongoing saga of conflict and expense which embitters relationships, undermines children’s welfare and everyone’s prospects of future...Read More

Survive Separation: Six Things To Do When You Separate

Where do you begin once you’ve decided to separate? What should you do to make sure you survive separation? When someone faces a separation after a long marriage or relationship, the problems can seem overwhelming. There are often many issues to face as well as...Read More

Getting it down on paper

So you’ve talked through the separation or divorce with your former partner and agreed on who gets what and the arrangements for the kids. It all seems final, and everyone is satisfied. The trouble is, there’s huge potential for later disagreements as to who...Read More