These questions make Separating from your partner a quagmire of uncertainty. Once you have separated, you are then faced with the decision of how to put the legal framework in place. These days, you can go to court or come to and agreement by means of Mediation, Collaboration or negotiation. Was it better when there was no alternative to the court option? Or even when there was no law dealing with the breakdown in marriage, before 1989? I don't think so. You could go back to the days when a woman would lose custody of her children if she left her husband. The developments in law have all been in an effort to recognise rights and improve the way children are treated in marital breakdown situations.
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Tuesday, 07 February 2012 08:07
Family Law choices
The choices in Family law are as varied as life itself. Do I stay or do I go? Do I go for a Separation or a Divorce? Am I a Cohabitant or a Civil Partner?Last modified on Tuesday, 07 February 2012 08:41
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