Family Law

What Is Parental Alienation?

What Is Parental Alienation?

Parental alienation is a term that is used to describe a scenario whereby one parent uses strategies to distance one child from the other. This can sometimes also be referred to as programming, alienating, or brainwashing. Parental alienation tends to refer to the symptoms that the child experiences because of this. Below, we will explain …

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Coronavirus & Child Custody

Coronavirus & Child Custody

In light of the coronavirus, there has been a lot of confusion regarding the rules around families and children during the lockdown. As people should only leave their homes for essential reasons, what does this mean for parents who are separated? Read on to discover more about child custody and the coronavirus.  What is the …

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Cohabitation - What Is It & What Are My Legal Rights as a Parent?

Cohabitation – What Is It & What Are My Legal Rights as a Parent?

Your legal rights as a partner may depend on whether you are married or living together. Living together with someone is sometimes also called cohabitation. What is cohabiting?  Cohabiting is when a couple pre-marriage (or civil partnership) lives together. If you live with your friend, whether you are not married or in a civil union, …

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