Our matrimonial expert has prepared some helpful advice for those involved in breakups involving children. At the bottom of this page, you will also find some answers to common questions. If you are experiencing similar issues, and would like to explore your legal position, please don’t hesitate to contact Allen Bailey at our Catterick Garrison office.
Our Matrimonial Solicitor Says:
When a relationship breaks down, it can often be difficult for the children involved.
They will sometimes ask questions about where they will live, who they will live with, and how often will they see their other parent.
The most important thing to remember is that you and your partner need to reassure your children that they are still important to both of you, and that they will still come first, for both of you.
No matter what you think of your partner, and how he or she has behaved during this difficult period, you should both try to put aside your own differences and keep talking, for the benefit of the children.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our expert has provided helpful answers to the following frequently asked questions:
- We are getting divorced, and have agreed about our Children, does court need to get involved?
- My ex partner and I can’t agree about the children, what can we do?
- What does the court look at when it makes one of these orders?
- What rights do other family members have in relation to my children?
- I want to take my child to live with me outside of the UK, but my partner doesn’t agree. What can I do?