Residence and Contact Orders
Separation and divorce should not spell the end of your involvement and responsibility as a parent. It is rare for contact with one or both parents to be deemed not to be in the child’s best interests.
Children require stability and continuity, especially if their family life is changing. In most circumstances they will usually need the care and support of both parents. This means both you and your former partner/spouse require to cooperate and to remain focused upon the interests of your child or children.
On separation or divorce we can help you reach an agreement with your former spouse or partner as to the on-going care arrangements for your children and in particular how these arrangements might impact on your family and your children.