Lots of time is devoted to discussing the best ways to tell your children you are getting a divorce, but how do you tell your own parents?
We have spent the last two weeks encouraging people to put Children First in divorce. In a final blog of this dedicated campaign, our lawyers list some of their key advice from years of experience of helping families through separation.
Woolley & Co solicitor Tamara Glanvill gives a very personal view on why parents can do so much to help children through divorce – and beyond – as her mum and dad did.
The new Child Maintenance Service is charging parents to use it – with the money therefore being directed away from the children. The best way to put children first is to agree financial support with your ex independently.
Kids First – supporting families through separation – is an awareness campaign aimed at encouraging more families going through crisis to put children at the heart of all their decision-making.