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Caught in the parent trap: can divorce ever be the best outcome for children?

By Norman Taylor, collaborative family lawyer Almost 400,000 children in England and Wales under the age of 16 live at…

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Can’t pay or won’t pay? – what to do when your ex stops maintenance

By Peter Jones, Founder and Partner Former oil trader Michael Prest has hit the headlines after being given a four…

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Do divorced parents have a right to be angry over psychologist’s child damage claims?

By Kate Banerjee, head of our children’s team Penelope Leach’s assertion that young children’s brain development can be damaged by…

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Mental health concerns for children caught in the middle of divorce

By Kate Banerjee, head of our children’s team As the new Children and Families’ Act  brings a plethora of changes…

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How prenups can help couples to pick ‘n’ mix their assets

By Peter Jones, partner and founder The gagging order on Katie Price’s soon to be ex-husband Kieran Hayler has catapulted…

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Why the new Children and Families Act could do more harm than good

By Kate Banerjee, head of our children’s team A new Act designed with children’s best interests at heart – and…

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Jones Myers takes lead on pioneering mediation service for separating couples

Jones Myers has been instrumental in spearheading an innovative new service for separating couples who may otherwise struggle to pay…

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How will new family laws determine children’s fate?

Child Arrangement Orders, designed to meet the best interests of the child, rather than what a parent wants, are a…

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Countdown to new family laws: an overview of the Children and Families Bill

  Major legislation that will overhaul the family court system and have far reaching implications for divorcing couples has been…

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Helping children cope with your separation

Ruth Sutherland, Chief Executive, Relate Last week was a busy one for the UK’s leading relationship support organisation, Relate. Whether…