Co-parenting and blended families dealing with Coronavirus – how will it work?
Many families will be struggling with the reality of social distancing if not self-isolation and the impact of the spread of Covid-19 is making itself felt in a number of ways. Particular challenges are emerging for separated and blended families …Continue reading
The Government advice is that children under the age of 18 will be permitted to move between their parents’ households during this period of lockdown. The logistics surrounding this will require some fine tuning and will call upon families to …Continue reading
Many will have watched the Prime Minister’s announcement last night regarding the next steps in combatting coronavirus. You should only now leave the house for one of four reasons: Shopping for basic necessities such as food or medicine; One form …Continue reading
Family law often has international elements such as foreign assets, competing jurisdictions and relocation. With the Easter holidays approaching, children may be intending to travel to spend time with a parent that lives abroad. So how will coronavirus (or COVID-19) …Continue reading
There are a number of processes which clients can use in Scotland to deal with their separation and divorce. An explanation of the options available are set out below. Negotiation Traditional negotiation is the most common form of dispute resolution …Continue reading