A Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bush
A new movement has travelled from the US to the UK recently called “bird’s nest” co-parenting.
One of the issues that many parents have when they decide to separate is where the children should live, and how much time they should spend with each parent.
You don't have to go to Court to resolve marital disputes
My ex-partner and I disagree over arrangements for our children - Do we have to go to Court?
No, a court application is only a last resort if you can’t reach agreement by another method. First you should try discussing things directly with your ex but if this doesn’t work, a mediator may be able to help. A mediator is a neutral third party who can help you both understand your differences and reach a compromise.