Category Archives: child arrangements

He Said/ She Said

As solicitors who assist people with a wide range of issues that arise on the breakdown of a relationship, we are often asked about the usefulness and legality of obtaining evidence by audio or video recordings. There have been a … Continue reading

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Two Men and a Little Baby

It is difficult to avoid the pregnancy rumours relating to Cheryl Fernandez Versini and Liam Payne appearing in the press recently. Various tweets and social media entries have sparked speculation that Cheryl may be expecting the couple’s child. Although Cheryl … Continue reading

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MAINTAINING THE STATUS QUO

In June 2015, the Court of Appeal in Re M’P-P (Children) 2015 EWCA Civ 584 overturned a decision made by a trial judge which held that two young children should be removed from their foster carer’s care in the UK … Continue reading

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Breeze and Wyles Continues to Support Hertford Contact Centre

Contact Centres play an integral part in assisting with contact between separated parents and their children and provide a safe and neutral environment where contact may take place. Contact Centres are used for a variety of reasons including alcohol and … Continue reading

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Turning up the heat on non resident parents.

With in excess of £1bn owed in unpaid child maintenance owed by non resident parents the government is understandably keen not only to assist in enabling the parents with care to recover those sums but also to be seen to … Continue reading

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The Government v Justice (Round Two)

Our blog “there is a price for justice but at whose expense” (http://www.firstfordivorce.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/there-is-price-for-justice-but-at-whose.html) discussed a Judgment given by Sir James Munby considering the possibility of the Ministry of Justice being ordered to cover the costs if there is no other properly … Continue reading

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When Actions Speak Louder Than Words

Having children is the greatest joy of our lives and they provide us with endless happiness and pride in their achievements. The ability to share these moments together as a family is precious. However, situations can arise when families face … Continue reading

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The New Child Maintenance Regulations – Who Really Benefits?

Child Maintenance is often one of the parent’s first concerns when parent separate. The Child Support Agency (CSA) was introduced in order to provide a mechanism for the parent with care of the children to seek a financial contribution towards … Continue reading

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Negotiating a happy Christmas for the children

Divorced and separated couples who cannot agree on arrangements for children over Christmas should consider mediation to work things out, rather than an application to the court, according to family law experts. Christmas is presented as a time of universal … Continue reading

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