“Sharing Christmas” by family solicitor and author Helen Victoria Bishop

For children Christmas should be a magical and exciting time, full of anticipation and fun, from the school nativity and concerts, to the putting up of the tree and the wait for Father Christmas. For parents, especially those who have … Continue reading

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2014 child abduction figures reinforce urgency for greater parental awareness

By Kate Banerjee, Head of our Children’s Department I am saddened but not surprised to hear that the Foreign and Commonwealth office (FCO)  dealt with 553 international child parental abduction and child custody cases across the last 12 months – and … Continue reading

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Relationship breakdowns are bad for business – how employers can help their people

by Norman Taylor, collaborative family lawyer I was saddened but not surprised to read how one in seven employees revealed that relationship breakdowns have set productivity plummeting in their workplaces. The findings of a Resolution survey which interviewed 4,000 adults … Continue reading

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