Arguments may be normal when a relationship is struggling, but risk being at the cost of our children. The impact can vary greatly with the potential to affect everything from a child’s mental health to academic success and their future relationships.
Latest News & Views from Fullers Family Law
Following parental separation, unfortunately sometimes the parties are unable to agree amicable arrangements concerning the children from the relationship and may need the court’s assistance. Parents can apply to the court for a Child Arrangement Order to define arrangements.
We are receiving a large number of enquiries from people looking for advice on whether or not shared contact should continue or cease during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Rt. Hon. Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice has released a statement relating to the current Coronavirus situation.
The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (CAFCASS) have provided a useful advice document for families entitled Co-parenting and child arrangements in a global pandemic – advice for families.
A lady lived with her husband and two children in a perfect home. She made it perfect, as she only ever wanted to love and be loved. She was devoted to her family and loved life. To the world outside everything was faultless in her life.
Words are very important to the way we communicate. We know the dictionary definition and how to use a word in the correct context (most of the time!).
With technology and gadgets forever developing, there are a lot of fears relating to the security of children on social media and through the use of their gadgets.