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Access rights for grandparents debated in Parliament (again)

One of the enduring questions about caring for children after their parents divorce was debated in Parliament again at the start of this month, as Conservative MP Nigel Huddleston raised the issue of access rights for grandparents once again. It is around a year since the topic was last raised; unfortunately at that time, the […]

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Divorce and Cryptocurrency – who gets the Bitcoins?

One of the big financial headlines of recent years has been the rise of ‘cryptocurrency’ such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ripple, Dash and Ethereum – to name just a few – but as well as making headlines, these digital currencies are also making headaches for the divorce courts. The major appeal of these digital currencies for […]

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Child-inclusive mediation and how to co-parent after divorce

We see time and time again how child-inclusive mediation can help to make young people’s voices heard during divorce – and the benefits this has in keeping them ‘in the loop’ while reducing the level of stress placed upon their young shoulders. Mediation gives children and other dependants an equal voice in the process, and […]

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