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Stranger Danger!

There has been a noticeable rise in the number of court cases involving children caught up in divorce and separation.

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Place yourself under computer curfew to guard against late-night emails you may regret in the cold light of day

You can tap out a text message or dash off an email without much thought, press ‘send’ and off it goes.

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The summer holidays are over – is it time for a new start?

Summer and the long school holidays are over and autumn and a new academic year have begun.

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There’s no such thing as a free lunch – or a ‘cheap’ divorce

A ‘cut-price’ divorce left a doctor’s wife having to swap her £3 million marital home for a rented council flat and a life on benefits, the High Court was told recently.

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Don’t wilt just because the initial post-divorce flowering is over – stick to the plan!

Don’t wilt just because the initial post-divorce flowering is over – stick to the plan!

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A dog is a child’s best friend: Why the family pooch can help children cope with divorce

It’s well known that owning a dog brings many benefits, but new research claims children who are going through a difficult time…

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The Skype’s the limit…. how new technology allows us to stay in touch 24/7

Several fathers speak sadly about how Skype is a poor substitute for being with their children – they can’t hug them or pick them up from school through a computer screen.

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Choose Benussi & Co: You can have your cake and eat it

Benussi & Co CakeA client was recently so delighted with the way we helped him through the court process that as a ‘thank you’ he gave us…a wedding cake!

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A dignified divorce will save you a lot of misery – and help you to move on

Denise van Outen, the TV presenter and actress, admits that getting divorced was “devastating”, but says that she and her now-ex-husband made sure they kept the process as civilised and amicable as possible. For their young daughter’s sake, yes – but also for their own.

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Life is short – but it’s never too late to make important changes

It’s trite, but the saying “life isn’t a dress rehearsal” happens to be true. We get one shot at it – and it’s up to

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