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Arrangements for children

When a relationship breaks down and children are involved, your main concern will be to protect their wellbeing. So it’s good to know that at Moore and Tibbits we make your children our number one priority too.

Throughout all the practical considerations that are required during a separation or divorce, we never lose sight of the fact that your children’s physical and emotional wellbeing comes first.

Our family law solicitors are experienced in helping parents and families make arrangements for children following the breakdown of a relationship. We’ll make sure that everyone involved understands their legal rights and responsibilities whilst ensuring that the views of you and your children are heard.

Of course, children have practical needs as well as emotional ones and it can sometimes be difficult to focus on the best practical solutions when a relationship has broken down. But our family solicitors will bring clarity to your situation. We’ll clearly explain what arrangements for children need to be considered and help you put things in place to create a more stable and happy future for you and your children.

At Moore and Tibbits we use plain English - not legal jargon. We’ll explain everything in a way that’s clear and easy to understand. We also offer free, initial, over-the-phone advice and will explain the costs and timescales involved up front so you always know what to expect. So for friendly, confidential advice about arrangements for children, contact us today on
01926 491 181.

Team Members

Carline Gayle-Buckle
Karol Kaliczak

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    • Posted on May 26, 2016
      The summer holidays are fast approaching and quite often deciding how the summer holidays should be split between you and your ex-partner can be a source of conflict. Disputes can often be avoided by following some basic principles.
    • Posted on March 1, 2016
      Separation can be a difficult and overwhelming experience and even more so when there are children involved. You and your ex-partner may possibly have opposing views as to how to divide your family assets and as to what is best for your children. It is important, if possible, to keep the lines of communication open between you both as you may eventually be able to reach a compromise. If you are able to resolve your issues direct, follow this up by taking legal advice so that you are fully aware of the legal implications of the agreement. You can also arrange for your agreement to be reflected in a legally binding document.

      If you are unable to reach an agreement direct with your ex-partner or if you are confused, there are several different options available to you.
    • Posted on December 2, 2015
      Traditionally, more people file for divorce in January than any other time of the year. After the Christmas lock-in with a spouse, tensions often rise to the point where the idea of divorce makes its way onto the New Year’s resolution list.

      Our divorce expert, Carline Gayle-Buckle gives some simple advice on how to avoid a stressful, expensive and drawn-out divorce.

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