The breakdown of a relationship is invariably upsetting for all those involved, including, of course, the children. Whether or not the parents were married, it will be necessary for them to discuss the future for the children. This will usually include the time that the children will spend with each parent.
If you are considering challenging a continuing healthcare eligibility decision, or submitting a retrospective claim, you may already have taken the first step and received a letter from your Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
If you are a director, administrator or member of a UK private limited company or Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), you have since June 2016 been obliged to keep a register of people with significant control over it (PSC Register).
It sometimes happens that it is decided that neither parent can be regarded as suitable to be the carer of a child. This can happen when the relationship between parents breaks down or even if the parents have either never been together or are still together.
Dementia is the number one cause of death in England and Wales.
Last year, dedicated Cupcakers around the country united to raise a mighty £330,000 against dementia. That’s more than enough to fund 11 PhD researchers for a year, giving them the opportunity to undertake vital, potentially lifesaving work.