Child Maintenance: When does it stop?

Child Maintenance: When does it stop?

Posted on Friday 18 September 2020

Divorce is mostly the decision of one partner. Sometimes, it could be a mutual decision between both partners. However, divorce does not automatically end the responsibility that comes with being a parent.  There are several students in higher institutions across the UK, many of whom...


Prohibited Steps Order: How can one be used?

Posted on Monday 17 August 2020

A Prohibited Steps Order is issued under Section 8 of the Children Act 1989 which is requested by one parent to ensure that the other parent does not continue to carry out a single particular action that involves a child or children from that relationship,...


Special Guardian: What is it exactly?

Posted on Thursday 13 August 2020

As a civilized race, the safety and wellbeing of our children are paramount. While a perfect world would see all children have two parents, sadly, for numerous reasons, that is not always the case.  Worse still, for some children, they have no option but to...


Who gets child benefit in shared custody?

Posted on Friday 24 July 2020

When parents are going through divorce proceedings and are going through a separation, it is common to get wrapped up in the issues of the divorce. You may forget about important things like what happens to certain benefits once you are divorced.  A child can...

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Child Arrangement Order Explained!

Posted on Friday 29 May 2020

The end of any relationship can be a strenuous and challenging time. Rife with emotion and stress, especially when the split has been particularly acrimonious. These feelings are compounded when children are involved. We have sadly seen many cases where offspring get caught in the...


Child Arrangement Order – How does it work?

Posted on Monday 25 May 2020

Any separation or divorce can be a painful and tumultuous time, especially when children are involved. You’re not alone if you are finding hurt and bad feelings getting in the way of their best interests. If you are trying to negotiate the future wellbeing of...

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