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Vol 24 No 5 May/June 2019

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101 Questions Answered About Separating With Children

Edited by: Bob Greig, Rebecca Giraud, Angharad Rudkin

ISBN13: 9781916431515
Published: February 2019
Publisher: Bath Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £23.99



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The book is born out of the calls and enquiries received every day by OnlyMums & OnlyDads, a national not for profit support and signposting service for parents going through separation or divorce.

It answers, in plain English, the questions they get asked most often and range from the immediate and practical, such as ‘Can I change the locks?’, through the strictly legal such as ‘What happens to my will on divorce?’, to some that are a bit of both such as ‘I have an abusive ex. Is mediation right for me?’

Each question has been answered by one of the mediators and solicitors on the OnlyMums & OnlyDads hand-picked panel of trusted advisers.

This crowdsourced approach means the book is packed with relevant, trustworthy, time-saving information from some of the leading family mediators and solicitors in the country, and at a fraction of the cost of actually asking a lawyer.

Alongside the legal help is an array of tips and insights on how to handle the psychological impact of separation, what it means for the children involved and where parents can turn for further help.

The book could save readers hundreds of pounds by helping them understand the issues so they can make the most of any time (and money) spent on legal advice. More importantly it will help them get quick guidance and reassurance on often difficult and urgent issues leaving them more time to concentrate on pulling through what is a stressful, bruising period in their, and their children’s lives.

Subjects:
Family Law