It’s half term time again and as usual we’ve compiled our family-friendly What’s On guide. This time we’ve done something a bit different – we’ve created a map of events, click here to see interactive the map. Then simply hover
The Christmas holidays are almost here and children will need entertaining again! But Christmas is expensive anyway, so in our Christmas What’s On, we focus on low cost things to do with the kids. See below for our Ten under
Christina McGhee’s Helping Children After Divorce Podcast Here is an amazing podcast with the wonderful Christina McGhee, author of ‘Parenting Apart’. It is hosted by the equally wonderful Susan Stiffelman, Huffington’s Post’s resident parenting expert. Christina addresses the challenges associated
I am delighted to be able to share that a new service has opened in Oxfordshire aimed at supporting children and separating parents. Similar to the wonderful ‘Children’s Voice’ service run for many years by Oxfordshire Family Mediation, ‘Children’s Space’
It’s nearly half term already! So that means we have prepared our much loved round up of everything spooky that is happening in the area this half term. Click Halloween Half Term 2019 for our downloadable guide with links.
If you’re separated from your partner, follow our expert ten-step plan to make weekends sharing the children stress-free. After a divorce, it is not unusual for children to spend most of their time with one parent and to visit the
Click EASTER WHATS ON 2019 for our much loved guide to entertaining your children over the Easter holidays.
While the people I help in mediation often find it hard to agree on anything, the one thing they do tend to see eye to eye on is that they both want their children to be happy. In this article,
The Family Justice Young People’s Board is a group of children and young people with experience of their parents separating and of family law proceedings. They have devised some top tips for parents to help them think about matters from
When you separate, one of the first worries is often ‘where will I live?’ and, ‘how will I afford it?’ and the idea of splitting assets can be very daunting, particularly at a time of emotional turmoil. Mediation can help