One of your biggest worries during a divorce proceeding or separation should be the welfare of your children. Maintaining a meaningful relationship with both parents is invaluable for the children, and you need to discuss living requirements as well.
After your divorce or separation , you both remain parents to your children. It’s advisable to find common ground to ensure that the children are not affected by the divorce or separation.
This means reaching an amicable agreement on residence, contact, and responsibility for the children. A constructive approach will lay a good foundation for the children to settle in their new environment and come to terms with the new living arrangement.
If the social services become concerned with the care you provide to your children, we are here to support and advise you on your rights and how to respond. We can support you at meetings and if the local authority decides to go to court to remove your children, we will represent you ensuring that you receive a fair hearing and the best possible outcome for you and your children. We understand it is very stressful period and we are empathetic and courteous at all time.
When negotiation fails or if it is not appropriate, the court has the power to make orders concerning your marriage, partnership, children, relationship assets. In making decisions about your children, the court considers your children’s welfare as paramount.