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Broken Contact Order: Your Ex Stops Visiting The Child

This article comes to you based solely on my personal experience with my ex-partner. For privacy and security reasons I’m not mentioning any names here. My partner and I was granted a residency order, now called a child arrangements order for my son back in June of 2013, due to him being hospitalised twice for failing […]

Your First Time: Courtroom Processes

The worst is happening. You and your ex just can’t agree on anything to do with the divorce, not least where the children should be living. You want them with you as much as possible, of course and perhaps you have reasons to feel that you’d be the better parent on a regular basis, so […]

Are You A Buster Or A Builder? Your Child’s Confidence Is In Your Hands

Even the most rambunctious child can have confidence issues and a divorce or separation looming large can make your child particularly vulnerable to a confidence crisis or esteem-plummeting experiences. Whatever kind of parent you are normally, now more than ever is the time to help ensure that your child is fully supported through those wobbly […]

5 Benefits Of Taking Your Child To Playgroups

Parents have different views and opinions about sending their babies and young children to toddler playgroups and children centres, if you’re thinking about taking your child to a local playgroup, this post will outline 5 benefits of doing so. As a dad of two small children (under the age of two), I was a little bit […]