A Guide to Mediation Mediation is a good option that offers most people an alternative and better way of resolving any difficult disputes upon separation. It can take place either by sitting down together in a room or via Teams or Zoom with an experienced mediator. Mediation is a good option for resolving your issues more … [Read more...] about What is mediation?
In a rare interview, the most senior judge in England and Wales has explained how separating parents "f**k you up" (a reference to the poem by Philip Larkin). His Honour Judge Andrew Macfarlane, President of Family Division, spoke to Broadcasting House on Radio 4 on 24 July 2022. You can listen to the full interview here (about … [Read more...] about How separating parents “do your head in” explains family judge HHJudge MacFarlane
Tips for co-parenting after separation By Sammi Lindop Family Lawyer When families go through separations it not only affects the adults but also the children of the family. Resolution have put together a guide to help support parents in making the transition of separation as easy as possible with some useful tips to help … [Read more...] about How do we parent after Separation? – a guide from Resolution
A new way to share care of children following separation? By Sammi Lindop 24th August 2021 What is bird nesting? Bird nesting is a new trend that seems to becoming more and more popular between separated parents. This is a simple idea. After divorce or separation the children remain living in the family home whilst … [Read more...] about “Bird Nesting”
Ann McCabe is very pleased to announce that Jemma Wentworth joined Ann McCabe Solicitors on 18th September 2017. Jemma has been a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives since 2009, having specialised in divorce, separation and children law since 2004. Having taken a career break to raise her young children, Ann and … [Read more...] about Jemma Wentworth joins Ann McCabe Solicitors
New developments in the mortgage market that make buying a house easier I’m a solicitor not a financial adviser so this article shall be brief. An issue I deal with all the time is buying another house after separation and affording two houses rather than one. Raising a 25 year or even 15 year mortgage second time round can be … [Read more...] about Buying a House after Separation