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This article was published on November 29th, 2021
Here at Thorneycroft Solicitors, we will be participating in Good Divorce Week from the 29th of November to the 3rd of December. We will be joining forces with Resolution to encourage a national conversation about how parents going through a separation can embrace a child-focused approach.
Our team of specialist Divorce Solicitors understand that the decision to separate is a difficult one and the complexities that come with this, can be distressing for all the family.
As members of Resolution, we follow a code of practice where we try to resolve matters constructively. We work hard to ensure that we create non-judgemental environments, where we can approach divorce proceedings on an amicable and conciliatory basis. We have the expertise and resource to provide an objective perspective and deal with even the most complex divorce situations.
One of the main challenges that many of our clients face during the separation process is the involvement of children and the worry that it will negatively affect them. A family breakdown can be a difficult and confusing time for children, which is why we recommend that our clients place them at the centre of all important decisions during a separation.
The key objectives for parents during divorce proceedings involving children should be to minimise the impact upon the daily lives of their children where possible, ensuring they do not feel at fault in any way and making sure they continue to benefit from being with both parents wherever possible.
Resolution has created an informative Parenting Through Separation Guide, a free resource that provides information, advice, and support to parents as they navigate their parenting journey through separation, divorce, and beyond. We want to help them by making as many people aware of this guide as possible, making a difficult time a little easier for all parties.
The guide has been created as part of their commitment to ensuring that all families have access to professional advice that promotes a constructive approach to a separation, where children are considered above all else.
The Parenting Through Separation Guide acts as an initial framework for couples with children that are separating, it offers practical advice about how they can engage in doing what is best for their children despite any difficult emotions they may be feeling towards each other.
Whether you are looking for advice about divorce proceedings or any other family law matter, our team of family law specialists are compassionate, professional and here for you.
To speak to a member of our team today please call 0800 1979 345 or complete our online enquiry form by clicking here.
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