Parenting Arrangements2018-12-05T16:15:04+00:00

Your Children and Parenting Arrangements

Being a parent is probably the most important job you will do and is a lifelong commitment.  You continue to be parents whether you are living with the mother or father of your children or not.

It is not always easy to agree with your former Partner the best ways to care for your children and disagreements can occur, particularly during the stressful time of relationship breakdown.

“The Family Law Team advises and supports our clients, helping with important domestic issues including, separation and divorce, arrangements for children, finance and property disputes in negotiations and in court applications. We have an outstanding reputation in this field of law.”

Mum, Dad, We Need to Talk: #abetterway

Lisa Broddle and the Family Team at Stone Rowe Brewer LLP want to share with you Resolution’s excellent new film highlighting top tips for separating parents.  Please share this film to improve family communication benefiting children and the whole family.

Good preparation, communication, information and advice at an early stage will help you plan your separation; improve negotiations and outcome for you and your children.

Working together to achieve “A Good Divorce”

Please contact us to discuss your specific requirements.

We can offer assistance with Parenting Arrangements for your children including:

  • Legal Advice and practical planning.
  • Mediation at SRB
  • Referral to other professionals.
  • Strategies for communication.
  • Parenting Plans.
  • Advice and Coaching duration Mediation.
  • Applications to the Court for :
    • Child Arrangements Orders: living with and seeing your children
    • Prohibited Steps and Specific Issues Orders.
    • Guardianship and Adoption.
    • Child Abduction Remedies.

If you have a Family Law query please call us on 020 8891 6141

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