#FamilyLaw – an overview

First of all we must thank all those who contributed to this event. The articles were all of a consistently high quality. They were informative and interesting in equal measure. We hope they will provide a valuable resource for those parents (and grandparents) who need to access Family Law in the UK.

To recap, articles in this archive include:

The Children Act Paradox

Family Law: A Young Person’s Viewpoint

CAFCASS & Judges – Do They Favour Mums over Dads

Collaborative Law – What Is It?

How do Young People Get Heard During Divorce/Separation

Pulling The Trigger – The Mailbox Monster

Mediation – Magic or Mischief

Representing Yourself in Court

McKenzie Friends?

The CSA – a way forward?

Grandparents and Family Law

Does Bad Husband mean the same as a Bad Dad?

How to be a “Weekend Dad”

Contributers include: Kathryn McTaggart, Gillian Bishop, John Osborne, John Bolch, Natasha Phillips, Suzy Ashworth, Simon Bethel, Becky Jarvis, Beki Davies, Jo Carr-West and Oli Moore

“Thank you” to all doesn’t quite do it….The feedback from the many (over 2,500 reads of the articles already) indicates we have (all of us) pulled together something a little bit special here!

Bob Greig – www.onlydads.org

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About onlydads

Single Dad living near Totnes in Devon. I founded www.onlydads.org in 2007 and live with my daughters Priya, 14 and Anya 11. I write about single parenting, work, overcoming trials and tribulations and sometimes not overcoming trials and tribulations.
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