Co-parenting and blended families dealing with Coronavirus – how will it work?
What are my rights and responsibilities as a separated parent regarding my child’s attendance at school?
A body of research exists which supports the hypothesis that children fare better in their education (measured in terms of attainment and general happiness) when both of their parents are actively interested and engaged. It is, however, far from an …Continue reading
People are facing all sorts of different challenges as a consequence of the pandemic outbreak, and “lockdown.” And those challenges are added to when people are also dealing with relationship breakdown. We help most of our clients sort out their …Continue reading
Due to Covid-19, as a nation, we have been strongly advised to socially distance from our friends and family out with our own households. However, for some couples, an unintended consequence following the imposition of “lockdown”, is that they have …Continue reading
In line with our strategic plans, I am very pleased to announce that, among a number of promotions across our firm, there have been three senior promotions in our family practice. Edinburgh-based Jennifer (Jen) Wilkie has become a Partner and …Continue reading
Communication with an ex-partner or ex-spouse is often difficult. The topics to be discussed, such as financial matters or child care issues are emotive. Differing styles of communication can lead to additional friction. The current lockdown in Scotland means that …Continue reading
Those who watched BBC One’s recent four-part drama, “The Nest”, will no doubt agree that it made for fantastically gripping viewing. The implausible plot centred around a well-heeled, Glasgow-based couple desperate to start a family of their own but who …Continue reading
With couples and families being forced to stay and work at home there are several stresses which may be getting the better of them. Where a relationship between a couple was already under strain the existing situation caused by Covid-19 …Continue reading