Why you should never take the law into your own hands over child abduction

  By Kate Banerjee, Partner and head of the Children Department Child custody disputes and parental abduction are understandably the most traumatic and sensitive issues in divorce.

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Why ‘doomerang’ divorcees need a wider support network as well as parental backing

The news that over seven million divorced or separated adults in the UK have moved back in with their parents because they can’t afford to live on their own emphasises the need for a wider support network outside of their … Continue reading

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Tom Hanks’ divorce devastation reminds parents to avoid causing children long-term distress

Tom Hanks’ divorce devastation reminds parents to avoid causing children long-term distress Tom Hanks’ revelation that he was devastated by his parents’ divorce when he was just five – and remains affected by it – is a powerful reminder that … Continue reading

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Five reasons why self-help is vital when divorcing

By Peter Jones, founder Anthea Turner’s announcement that her “awful divorce process” has inspired her to write a self-help book for others going through similar difficulties, underlines how many people are left bruised and unhappy by the experience.

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