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29/11/2018 By: Naomi Shelton
Whether you are a parent going through a separation or divorce or a child whose parents are splitting up, there is a huge amount of information available to help you to cope with what’s happening. My pick of the best resources for children are:
And my pick for resources more focussed on parents are:
If, as parents, you are finding it challenging to communicate with each other or your child, there is lots of professional support available. There are also lots of different ways as to how you go about agreeing what your new parenting arrangements will be going forwards. Whether you are considering mediation, collaborative law or making an application to the court, there is lots of information available on this website and our sister site, www.cohabitation-law.co.uk, explaining how these different processes work. And if you would like to find out more, simply get in touch with the children team here at Mills & Reeve who have a wealth of experience of helping parents negotiate their way through separation or divorce.
This blog is part of a series of blogs written by our specialist children lawyers for Resolution’s Good Divorce Week 2018. Look out for blogs this week dealing with Resolution’s Parenting Charter, advice on defusing arguments and tips on sorting out arrangements for Christmas.