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“Teenage Mental Health: Are We Taking it Seriously?” by Family Law in Partnership

April 4, 2019

Our thought leadership talk on Tuesday 26th March 2019 tackled the important topic of teenage mental health. NHS England online reports that one in four adults and one in ten children experience mental illness. Meanwhile, statistics from YoungMinds, a leading charity involved in young people’s mental health, tell us that roughly 3 children in every

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The Silent Split: The Unacknowledged Impact of Divorce on Adult Children

January 9, 2018

On the evening of Tuesday 30th January 2018 Family Law in Partnership will host the next in our series of Thought Leadership talks. The renowned Divorce Expert and author of Parenting Apart, Christina McGhee, will examine the topic “The Silent Split: The Unacknowledged Impact of Divorce on Adult Children“. Christina’s view is that divorce is not a single

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8 Things Adult Children of Divorce Desperately Want You to Know

January 5, 2018

In this guest blog Christina McGhee, divorce expert and author of PARENTING APART: how separated and divorced parents can raise happy and secure kids, examines the impact of divorce on adult children. Christina will be speaking on this same topic at our forthcoming thought leadership talk “The Silent Split: The Unacknowledged Impact of Divorce on Adult

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Our next Thought Leadership talk – Wednesday 20th September

June 7, 2017

The next talk in our Thought Leadership series will be on the impact of decision-making (both personal and business related) on others. The talk will take place at 7pm on Wednesday 20th September at The Union, Greek Street, London. We have two fantastic speakers lined up to debate this fascinating topic, Maggie Semple OBE and Avi

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Thought Leadership – “Is Work Working for Families?”

November 18, 2016

In November our third thought leadership talk looked at the impact of work on family life with a panel of speakers addressing the thorny issue “Is Work Working for Families?” Our guest speakers included the parenting and child development guru Penelope Leach, Sarah Jackson OBE, chief executive of Working Families, and Sarah Pennells, journalist, broadcaster and founder of SavvyWoman.

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“Is work working for families?” – thought leadership by Family Law in Partnership

November 8, 2016

The answer is probably not! At last week’s thought leadership talk our panellists Penelope Leach, the psychologist and child care guru, Sarah Jackson OBE, chief executive of Working Families, and Sarah Pennells, journalist, broadcaster and founder of the SavvyWoman website, examined the evidence from a range of different perspectives. The gender pay gap, productivity, employee

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