|When a relationship breaks down, sometimes children can get caught in the middle.
Family changes can - naturally - cause upheaval and worry, and deciding how best to help your children through the changes will be a major priority for any couple going their separate ways.
There will be practical things to sort out, such as deciding where and with whom they will live, when they will spend time with the non-resident parent and ensuring they are provided for financially.
There may also be a great deal of emotion to deal with.
The law is focused on the rights of your children, rather than those of the parents.
We can help by providing advice about how best to make arrangements for any children you have.
For advice about putting children first when a relationship breaks down, please call Celia or Samantha on 01752 222211 to arrange your free, no obligation consultation.
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