Category Archives: Family Law Fortnight

Solicitors Marketing…in plain English

One of the many outcomes of running OnlyDads is that I have spoken to hundreds of Solicitors up and down the UK. (we host a legal directory of Resolution family solicitors for our website users). Such conversations often lead on to … Continue reading

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Parental Alienation

OnlyDads hears the expression “parental alienation” every single day. Here we have a description from Charlotte Friedman which is nothing less than frightening! ****************************************************************************  A few years ago, whilst I was still a Barrister, I represented a mother in a residence … Continue reading

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#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 … Continue reading

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Weekend Dad

It was on Boxing Day 2009 that I popped into the OnlyDads Office to pick up the inevitable “Christmas crisis” calls. When I got there the ‘phone was ringing; on the other end was a Dad who (crying) told me … Continue reading

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When did being a bad husband get translated into you’re a bad dad?

It is hard for OnlyDads to introduce this article. In many ways it speaks for itself. It is brave and caring and honest. It does demonstrate that family break-up is seldom easy. We are always honoured to post articles from … Continue reading

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Grandparents and Family Law

The OnlyDads office is frequently talking to Grandparents concerned that they no longer get to see their Grandchilren. So it is with much gratitude that we thank Hunters and  Jo Carr-West in particular for this well written and valuable article on Grandparents … Continue reading

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CSA – a way forward?

The proposed changes to the CSA have given rise to a number of questions and concerns from single parents across the UK. When we first mentioned the CSA on our blog, the response was huge (read that article here) Now, Beki … Continue reading

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