ARRANGEMENTS FOR YOUR CHILDREN
When the family set-up is changing, it can be a difficult time for all involved, including your children. Deciding where the children will live, with whom, for all of the week or for part of the week can be challenging – especially if emotions are running high. Parents and grandparents may feel anxious about ‘losing touch’ with the children and ‘pushed to the sidelines’. Perhaps one parent thinks the other does not really understand their concerns or points of view and then how do you tell your children?
We think effective communication between parents and carers can really help with trying to resolve the situation, without having to go to court. Of course, sometimes, getting an arbitrator or the court involved can be the only solution.
If you are struggling to agree on the arrangements for your children, we can help communicate your point of view and guide you in deciding the best arrangements. If arbitration or court proceedings are necessary, then we can represent you and make your voice heard.