Monthly Archives: May 2012

OnlyMums and OnlyDads: Update

Further to this news we are now right in the middle of charitable registration. We are building up a small team of founding Trustees (news on appointments will follow). This additional administrative workload has coincided with an ongoing, day by day increase in the … Continue reading

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Why use a Resolution Member Solicitor?

OnlyMums and OnlyDads have no hesitation is suggesting to divorcing and separating couples who can’t reach agreement themselves (or agreement with the help of some mediation) that appointing a Resolution member solicitor is the thing to do. But it is … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Solomon

I have Chris to thank for the suggestion of revisiting “the Wisdom of Solomon” – Chris is a mate from the same theology faculty I attended (many) years ago. We were talking about the Queen’s Speech and in particular this ongoing … Continue reading

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On Legal Aid And Need To Change Your Solicitor?

How to change your solicitor when on Legal Aid, is a question we’re asked repeatedly. We turned to Amanda Rimmer at Stephensons to offer our site users some advice. Amanda’s opening lines make perfect sense; it really is vital for all mums and dads … Continue reading

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What Will Survive by Mark Gartside (a book review)

Set in Warrington, What Will Survive traces the story of Graham and his childhood sweetheart, Charlotte, through adolescence and on into adulthood. Intertwined amidst a dual narrative set over two decades, the story begins in 1985, working its way through … Continue reading

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