A relationship breakdown can be a really difficult time with lots to think about and deal with. Grandparents can sometimes be forgotten about during this time. The relationship breakdown can affect grandparents, and the wider family, in a number of ways and this blog aims to deal with some of the key points.
Grandparents can be a tricky issue for parents on divorce, dissolution or separation.
Maybe your ex’s parents were very helpful when you were together, looking after…
Last night’s announcement by the Prime Minister was expected by many, but has left many confused, worried and unsure about whether the news is welcomed or not.
There is no doubt that something needed to be done to stop the spread of the new variant of the virus, however the timing could have been better, especially for working parents. Here at Tiger Law many of our staff have young families, so can understand the worry of trying to juggle home-schooling and…
This blog is the last in our series of top tips to manage Christmas as a separated parent. The other tips in our series can be found here.
Buying Christmas presents as a separated parent can be a minefield. What if the other parent buys the same present? What if you both assume the other will buy a particular present so the child doesn’t get something he or she wants? Well these are our top tips to help you navigate…
This blog continues our series of top tips to manage Christmas as a separated parent. The other tips in our series can be found here.
Tip 2: Christmas concerts and other events
Christmas is a busy time for children. Everything gets really exciting, with bright lights, tinsel and Christmas music everywhere they go. They might have nativity plays, Christmas concerts, carol services and other events to attend. They might even get to go and see Santa and his reindeers! But as a…
When parents separate, it is not uncommon for a dispute to arise over living and contact arrangements.
Parents will be encouraged to deal with the issues between themselves for example with the assistance of a Mediator or through Lawyer negotiations. If, however one parent is actively denying the other parent reasonable contact, as a last resort, it is possible to make an application to Court under the Children Act 1989.
The type of order that is required to deal with…