How separated parents can take the heat out of summer holidays planning

For ex-spouses who are divorced or separated, planning a timetable to ensure their children’s break is memorable for all the right reasons can be even more challenging. We have compiled six tips to keep stress to a minimum for you … Continue reading

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Schools out: the rising ‘fear culture’ involving estranged parents – and how to diffuse it

By Kate Banerjee, head of the Children Department In the countdown to schools breaking up, Jones Myers is witnessing heightened anxieties from divorced parents over their ex-partner taking their children on summer holidays.

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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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