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LIVE 24-SEVEN - BUSINESS


LOWE’S SOLICITORS SPECIALISTS IN FAMILY LAW


IT’S NOT ALWAYS EASY TO PUT THE CHILDREN FIRST


When a marriage or a partnership starts to break down, children often become the innocent victims; collateral damage in a feud between two adults. It’s all very well to say: “put the children first,” and that’s probably the single thing on which you both agree. But, when emotions are running high, and guilt, blame and anger are pushing aside rational thought, it’s not that easy to apply common sense, to listen, and to show empathy.


The problem is, like your children, your world has been turned upside down. Your mind is full of unanswered questions. What’s going to happen to the children? Where will I live and what am I going to live on? What about my pension and my job? And a thousand more.


And to make matters worse, there’s a communication breakdown. You’re not speaking to each other and as your children are now all that you have in common it is too easy to use them to convey your emotions. The end result is that your children become torn between you. Somehow they are expected to cope with the trauma that’s tearing you apart.


Whatever the differences between you, both parents have the right, as do the children, to have a relationship with them. Neither parent should dictate what should and should not happen between the children. Sometimes the situation can become so bad that one party makes false allegations against the other and all those allegations have to be investigated by the court and, on many occasions, if the allegations are untrue and have caused considerable distress and the Court makes findings in that regard, it is the children who have lost out on seeing the parent who has done nothing wrong but has had to deal with those false allegations.


So, how can a solicitor help? Even one that specialises in family law? The first thing we do is get rid of some of that uncertainty. We will discuss your concerns and tell you precisely what options you have. We will create a framework for communications so that you’re not left wondering what your partner wants or intends to do and so that he or she knows exactly where you stand. We will give you the benefit of our experience, gained over many years, helping parents to resolve the most difficult breakdowns and to protect the interest of the children. We are not here just as a legal resource, though when it comes to family law we’re pretty good at what we do. We are also here as a shoulder to lean on; to stand by your side and help you to reach the right decisions for you and your children - without confrontation. And when it comes to it, we’ll litigate firmly but fairly to ensure that your interests are fully protected and that all options are kept open. So, if you feel your relationship is over, put your children first by calling us and we will be with you all the way. Most of our clients are referred to us by friends and acquaintances, so you know you’ll be in safe hands.


/ 62 Lowe’s Solicitors - Call 01905 610888 to see how Tracy can help you.


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