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The right of grandparents to see their grandchildren


01/12/2014   By: Andrew Moore
It should not be forgotten that when a relationship breaks down children may not only lose contact with a parent, but also with their grandparents. With two working parent families now the norm and the high cost of child care, grandparents are regularly called upon to assist the young family and can become part of a child’s routine at an early age. Children form their key relationships in their first few years of life and maintaining contact with key adults such as grandparents is important in providing children with stability during a difficult transition in their lives.

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Researchers looking for participants for study on resolving divorce outside court


09/07/2012   By: Alison Bull
A group of independent researchers at the University of Exeter and the University of Kent is conducting a study on out-of-court divorce and separation resolution and looking for people to help with the research.

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