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Why we’re helping to spread Christmas charity cheer

Our Leeds and Harrogate offices are festooned with gifts to help light up Christmas for families who have been victims of domestic abuse…

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Five steps to reduce seasonal stress and keep relationships on track

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas with towns and cities ablaze with festive trees, lights and decorations along…

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How compromise and cooperation can make Christmas magical and memorable

The rising popularity for divorced couples to celebrate Christmas with their current partner, their children and their ex appears to…

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Steps to make your children’s first Christmas post-divorce special

The festive countdown will leave many separated spouses and their children feeling apprehensive, distressed and nervous – particularly for estranged…

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Practical ways for divorced couples to put their children first this Christmas

By Kate Banerjee, partner and head of children’s department In the words of the famous song, “It’s the most magical…

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“Sharing Christmas” by family solicitor and author Helen Victoria Bishop

For children Christmas should be a magical and exciting time, full of anticipation and fun, from the school nativity and…

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Why D Day for divorce is just plain daft

According to the media, family lawyers herald the start of a New Year with an annual onslaught of post-festive divorce…

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Festive cheers or tears? Why it’s so important to make children top priority at Christmas

Blog by Peter Jones Facing your first Christmas after divorce or separation is something that for many will be extremely…

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D for Damage – why the demise of Legal Aid is bad news for divorce

Decorations are down, the Christmas cake is just crumbs and children are heading back to school.  For many couples who…

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Maintaining the magic at Christmas: tips to lighten the season for children and parents

 Guest blog from Sylvia Ould of Family Assessments Christmas is a time of high expectations for many people – not…