Parenting After Parting Course – New Dates – March 2020

January 16, 2020

**Following the success in bookings for the Parenting After Parting course in January (now fully booked), bookings for March are now open.** Brought to you by Family Law in Partnership and The Parent Practice, the Parenting After Parting course helps you to focus on the needs of your children during your divorce and separation. The

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Fail-proof New Year resolutions for family connection

January 6, 2020

As part of our “New Year, New Start” series of blogs, we start with a piece surrounding New Year Resolutions where our guest writter, Melissa Hood of The Parent Practice, discusses realistic goals towards becoming more positive and more connected with your children. This is a guest blog by Melissa Hood of The Parent Practice.

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Parenting After Parting – Book Up for Our New Course

December 17, 2019

Parenting After Parting Course – There are only five weeks until we launch our new and improved Parenting After Parting course. Brought to you by Family Law in Partnership and The Parent Practice, the Parenting After Parting course helps you to focus on the needs of your children during your divorce and separation. The course

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Parenting After Parting – Upcoming Parenting Course

December 12, 2019

Parenting after Parting – Putting children first when parents part Brought to you by Family Law in Partnership and The Parent Practice, and with thanks to Christina McGhee, the founder of Parenting After Parting. The breakdown of a relationship is a time of heightened emotion and on top of your own distress you may be

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The Impact of Divorce on Children

October 21, 2019

Divorce can be incredibly destabilising for children and can have a huge impact on them. The younger the child, the more “care taking” they will need. When a parent’s capacity to care is reduced, whether from stress of a divorce/separation or simply due to the fact that more of their time is taken up by

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Supporting YoungMinds on World Mental Health Day

October 7, 2019

Family Law in Partnership are supporting YoungMinds on World Mental Health Day on 10th October 2019. YoungMinds is a charity providing support for children and young people’s mental health in times of crisis or at times of difficulty. YoungMinds’ mission is “for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered, whatever the challenges.”

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Parenting After Parting – One to One Sessions Available

June 28, 2018

There are crucial things we should do (and should avoid doing) if we are to get our children through family breakdown in good shape. Other issues such as housing, finance, maintenance and so on become so much easier to resolve when there is an early focus on the needs of children. However, with so many

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Parenting After Parting – Thursday 14th June 2018

May 22, 2018

Our next Parenting After Parting course is on Thursday 14th June 2018. The course will take place at the offices of Family Law in Partnership at 1 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9QL from 10.30am to 2.30pm. There will be a short break for lunch. The course will be led by Family Law in Partnership’s

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Parenting After Parting Dates Announced

October 18, 2017

Our next Parenting After Parting workshop will take place over two evenings from 6.00pm to 8.15pm on Tuesday 31st October and Tuesday 7th November 2017. The workshop will be run by our Head of Mediation Dominic Raeside and Ruth Smallacombe. The sessions cover what to say to children about divorce and separation, how children can be affected when parents split up, how to

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Is Mediation to Arbitration the answer when parents can’t agree?

May 11, 2017

Parents generally know best when it comes to making decisions about their children’s futures and this certainly underpins our family justice system. Children have a right to be consulted and their views considered, according to their age and stage, but thereafter generally parents will decide and usually choose the best of the available options. The

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