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Coping with Christmas After Divorce

November 07, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Blog

As December creeps closer, many of our clients begin to worry about how separation will affect Christmas with their children. To help you plan a cooperative, low-stress festive period, here are five top tips from the divorce team at Frances Lindsay & Co: At Frances Lindsay & Co our family law solicitors specialise in putting children first when it comes to divorce, creating child-centred solutions for separating parents based on a cooperative approach. Alternatives to court divorce such as mediation and collaborative family law help to keep your affairs private and focus on ensuring that children's wellbeing is made paramount, including living arrangements, maintenance and creating a co-parenting plan for the future. To speak to an experienced and friendly family ...

Five Ways to Foster Positive Communication for Separated Parents

June 16, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Blog

One of the hardest parts of separating when you have children is communicating productively with your ex. When a relationship ends, it takes time for everyone involved to come to terms with the change and learn how to communicate without animosity and conflict. Co-parenting is a team effort and your children deserve parents who are able to discuss issues relating to their welfare without losing their cool, badmouthing one another, or making things even more difficult. So how do you foster positive communication with your ex when you’re finding it hard to talk to them at all? Here are five top tips from the experienced family lawyers at Frances Lindsay ...

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