More child maintenance loopholes reinforce why family courts should rule on payments

By Peter Jones, founder A new report has prompted fresh concerns about the systems that are supposed to ensure children receive maintenance payments they are entitled to. Family law charity, Gingerbread has claimed that loopholes in the Child Maintenance Service … Continue reading

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Royal lesson in staying friends with your ex after a divorce

Prince Andrew has revealed that he remained friends with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson for the sake of their family – and to do otherwise would be “illogical”. The Duke and Duchess of York, who divorced in 1996 after 10 years … Continue reading

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Do divorced parents have a right to be angry over psychologist’s child damage claims?

By Kate Banerjee, head of our children’s team Penelope Leach’s assertion that young children’s brain development can be damaged by dividing their time between parents who have split up is nothing short of controversial. The leading psychologist and family advice … Continue reading

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