Taking the kids abroad: Part 1

Do you have a blended family or a different last name to your kids? An administrative error can result in a check in-desk disaster and a cancelled trip. Here are our top tips to sail through passport control this Easter…

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Women in Business

These women show that the limitations sometimes placed on us by inflexible roles can be overcome by finding our niche. That means not being afraid to step away when things aren’t right, to etch out a new role based on our strengths, and to form strong partnerships with those around us for support.

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Brexit (breaking up) is hard to do – Parallels with Divorce – Part 1

Our Brexit Break up. I knew, when I woke up on 24th June 2016 that things had changed forever.  I had no choice than to leave you. It was over. What was that feeling?  Bewilderment? Fear? Regret? Excitement? A new future…almost in reach? Sure, our relationship was far from harmonious – some people didn’t even know we were on the rocks. When the end did finally come, we were as shocked as everyone else.

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Obstacles to Moving on

You’re in an unhappy place and you don’t know what to do. The relationship isn’t working. You’ve grown apart and you want different things. You’ve tried counselling. You’ve tried talking. You’ve argued a lot. You know you don’t feel the same way towards him/ her like you used to, yet you still don’t know if it’s the right thing to make the break. You’re at a cross roads, (in some cases a spaghetti junction). Your mind is a scramble and nothing seems right.

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A Good Marriage

It’s ‘Good Divorce Week’ 26 -30 November 2018. What does this mean? Well, this week the professional family law community of Resolution  - some 6500 members strong-  are reaffirming their beliefs in a constructive and non-confrontational approach to...

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