Residence battle myth… “All children are resilient” - MLP Law

Residence battle myth… “All children are resilient”

  • Family Law
  • 23rd Mar 2021

It is surprising how many people comment on how resilient children are when faced with the breakdown of their family unit. Studies show that by nature some children are very resilient  some are not, like any adult a lot depends on individual personalities. For parents its wrong to assume that all children will take a […]

By aleks

MLP Law

It is surprising how many people comment on how resilient children are when faced with the breakdown of their family unit. Studies show that by nature some children are very resilient  some are not, like any adult a lot depends on individual personalities.

For parents its wrong to assume that all children will take a  residence  battle in their stride but its often an assumption family solicitors hear, when parents will often forget that the courts paramount concern is the welfare of a child and what is in the child’s best interest not what arrangements suit one or both parents.

For advice and assistance on child related issues please contact Rachael Wood who is a Resolution Accredited Specialist in Children Law on 0161 916 1581 or rachaelw@mlplaw.co.uk

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Stephen Attree

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