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Family Law Blog : September 2010

Comment on divorce & family law 

Divorce battleground damages children

Divorce is not good and not a nice thing. In an ideal world it wouldn’t be necessary and I would have to embark on a different career. To be honest, I wouldn’t mind if it meant that all relationships were loving and happy and all children grew up in a nurturing environment with two caring parents. Sadly though we know we do not live in a Disney land and the reality is that divorce is commonplace....

5 top divorce tips for men

It doesn’t matter whether you are a man or a woman; going through a divorce can be extremely stressful. Most people go through a range of emotions during or even before the process has begun. There are ways in which you can help yourself to deal with these stresses and I have set out below five top tips that I feel will benefit men going through divorce. There are also ideas of what men need to consider before...

What if the courts have got it wrong?

I was blogging recently about collective wisdom: if it is commonly held belief then it becomes true to many people, like the myth about rights for commonlaw husbands and wives. Another related phenomenon is the wisdom of mates down the pub. This is a phrase with a slightly male slant when what I really mean is any friends, colleagues or acquaintances of both sexes who give someone the benefit of their knowledge and experience as it relates to a specific...

Out of puff in the digital race

These days it is not a question of whether or not we should embrace technological changes and emerging social but more a question of how do we keep up with the waves of changes and innovations? If we don’t keep on top of these things and make the most of the opportunities, we could be losing out and missing the whole point of getting involved in the first place. However, time devoted to keeping abreast of the latest...

Do more men really aspire to be house husbands?

For years and years when we have talked about marriage and couples and bringing up the children, the assumption – to a large extent correctly – has been that it is the woman sacrificing her time to stay at home with the kids. This is not a personal comment on gender roles, but merely a statement of fact. Statistically, more women stay at home with the children than men, even in the modern day when it is common for women...

 

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