When you have children with someone and then undergo a divorce or separation, parenting takes on a completely different aspect. How to successfully coparent after a relationship breakdown or divorce can be a steep learning curve for most people and takes a great deal of cooperation, collaboration and patience from all involved. It can be
If you are into the world of social media, as the majority of people are these days, you can barely go an hour without the latest celebrity divorce drama being publicly aired on Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat, and pictures of people ‘getting over their ex’ in various ways on Instagram and other picture based sites.
Do you get frustrated when you see divorce stories in the media that appear to be a happy haze of smiles, speedy and amicably resolved issues, happy coparenting and even mentions of post divorce big family meals to celebrate? Meanwhile, you seem to be experiencing the divorce from hell, with an ex who just won’t
Going through a divorce is often cited as one of the most stressful experiences that can be thrown at you in your life. There are certainly not many people who sail blissfully through the breakdown of a major relationship and the rearrangement of the fallout without it taking an emotional toll. But what about when
If your friend is going through a divorce, you may find it very distressing yourself, especially if you have known them as a couple for some time, or if you have been very close for many years. You may wonder how you can help in a practical way, or want to be able to offer
When you fall in love and your life becomes enmeshed with another person you can never imagine that anything will shake those foundations, especially when you are blissfully happy. Whether you are married, have a civil partnership or are happily cohabiting, if one partner betrays the other by having an affair it can be devastating.
If you have separated or are divorced and wish to take your children abroad to go on holiday, you may be wondering what your legal position is in this situation. The parent who wishes to take the children on a holiday abroad should always seek the written consent of anyone else with parental responsibility for