The team at Levison Meltzer Pigott is proud to support Good Divorce Week 2021. Resolution’s campaign, running from 29 November – 3 December, aims to “kickstart a national conversation about how parents can embrace a child-focused approach to separation.”
As specialist family lawyers, the LMP team understands that separation can be an upsetting and difficult experience. We recognise the problems faced by separating parents and the impact that their separation has upon their children.
At LMP, we acknowledge the importance of the co-parenting dynamic notwithstanding a relationship breakdown. The path is not always easy, however, and we can provide advice and guidance to ease the transition.
We also recognise that all parents love and care for their children and want what is best for them. We are therefore pleased to promote Resolution’s ‘Parenting Through Separation Guide’. This free resource contains information, advice and support to help parents in their parenting journey through separation, divorce and beyond.
To show our support for Resolution’s campaign throughout this week, and to promote the Guide, members of the LMP team will be sharing top tips and advice, as well as commenting on key issues for separated parents. Topics will include navigating the co-parenting relationship, communication and options on separation.
Kate Stovold, Partner, comments:
“Resolution’s constructive approach to family issues with a focus on the best interests of the child is embodied in the Parenting Through Separation Guide. Co-parenting after separation is not an easy path to tread, both in the immediate aftermath of separation and as families adapt to independent households, different parenting styles and new relationships. This week’s campaign provides considerable advice and support, with headlines and highlights for families and practitioners alike to digest. At LMP, we are pleased to support Good Divorce Week 2021 and hope the campaign brings about positive changes for separating couples.”
The LMP team advocates #ABetterWay.
For a copy of the Parenting Through Separation Guide, please click here: