Awards, school and books: our September round up of news
If you missed what we’ve been sharing this month, here’s a round up of our blogs and some of the news posts on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
From our blog:
Rita Gupta has been announced as a finalist for the Hampshire Professional of the Year at the Venus Awards! At LGFL Ltd, we’re really proud of Rita’s many achievements for her clients and the local community, so we thought we’d highlight a few of them.
A new term, a new timetable, a new home routine. Five helpful tips for newly divorced parents on how to help the kids cope with the life changes divorce inevitably brings.
From our social media:
Pension entitlement equality for same sex spouses and partners ruled by Supreme Court.
3% increase in divorcing couples seeking to split their pension pots in the past year.
Talking with children about divorce can be difficult if it directly affects them. These classes in Ohio seem a good idea for general education.
But even if the probabilities aren't in favour of having a successful marriage, these three lawyers have some tips they believe could help bring that number up, or at least make things easier if you succumb to the odds and end up in their office.
Want to help your friend going through a divorce? Here’s 5 ways how:
A great calendar to help co-parenting families. Kids love magnet badges.
Dealing with divorce is sticky in any situation, dealing with it in the workplace has its own unique set of issues.
Is a video call an adequate substitute for a seeing your children in person? Some judges seem to think so.
Break-up agony? It’s the doggie divorce that really hurts.
In many courts, traditionally victims and witnesses are asked to wait in sparse, unfriendly surroundings. So HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has invested £80,000 in victim and witness waiting rooms in five courts across the country – making a number of changes, including the addition of children’s toys.
International Committee Chair Daniel Eames from Resolution quoted on impact of Brexit on family law. Delays on a deal, or no deal at all, could put British children into legal limbo.