Are the first 1001 of a child’s lives the most important?

February 6, 2020

Jo Harrison, a counsellor and family consultant here at Family Law in Partnership, attended The Parent-Infant Conference held on 29 January 2020. This conference concentrated on the innovative and evidence-based practice to protect and promote the emotional well-being of all bumps, babies and toddlers.  The aim of the conference was: To highlight the latest thinking,

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Religion and the Welfare of the Child, part 2 – Impact on Divorce

August 17, 2017

In this blog Family Law in Partnership associate Hannah Greene examines a recent divorce case which demonstrates the difficulties faced by the Courts where the gulf between the parents’ communities is “too wide for the children to bridge”. J v B and The Children (Ultra-Orthodox Judaism: Transgender) [2017] EWFC4 is the latest case in a

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