Making a parenting plan while getting divorced can reduce disruption to your child’s life. Learn how to make an effective parenting plan with these five steps.
You may need a child arrangements order if you can’t agree with your ex-partner how to share responsibility of your children. Here’s everything you need to know, from why you might need one to how to apply.
Child maintenance payments can be arranged with your ex-partner or calculated by the Child Maintenance Service if you can't agree.
Making child maintenance arrangements with your ex-partner after you get divorced helps to support your children financially. With multiple options available, learn which way is best for you.
Parents separating and sharing custody can be a difficult time for a child. It’s important to make sure you communicate with them clearly, and listen carefully to their needs during this period.
Getting custody of your child after a divorce need not be a zero-sum game. By compromising with your ex-partner, you can both continue to share responsibility for your child.
When parents split up, it’s common for their children to live for part of the time with each parent. This is often referred to as shared custody, although the modern term is ‘shared residence’.
Arranging contact with your children after a divorce is essential. How you come to this agreement will depend upon the state of your relationship with your ex-spouse, as well as with your children.
If and your partner are separated or divorced, they may try to prevent you from seeing or having contact with your child. There are steps you can take to prevent this.