Introducing Lowe's Solicitors
PUBLISHED: 10:54 18 September 2012 | UPDATED: 21:41 20 February 2013
Introducing Lowe's Solicitors - Pub of the Year category sponsor for the Warwickshire Life and Worcestershire Life Food & Drink Awards
Introducing Lowe's Solicitors - Pub of the Year category sponsor for the Warwickshire Life and Worcestershire Life Food & Drink Awards.
Parents divided - what happens to thechildren?
There are very few families who are untouched by the breakdown of a relationship involving children. That can be the mother, father, paternal grandparents; maternal grandparents and indeed step-parents. For the children themselves, their parents separation can cause considerable distress and upset. For all that they desire is for their parents to be reconciled and they frequently have divided loyalties towards one or both of their parents and are often placed in a world of conflict where they are forced to try and choose between one parent and the other. Every parent wants the best for their children and children frequently struggle if they see their parents at war. Many children find it difficult to deal with that conflict and are often made to feel it is their fault that they are in this situation. They frequently find it difficult to share their feelings with either parent and their distress can often impact upon, not only their home life, but their education and their future wellbeing and their own view of parenting when they become parents themselves.
These are all difficult areas, understandably, in the breakdown of any relationship when emotions are riding high and there are practical concerns also to be dealt with. It is hardly surprising that parents find these issues difficult. What is important is that you are able to find the strength to deal with these challenges and to help your children in the best possible way. With our help, you can do this.
Specialist Family Law Solicitors: 01905 610888 / www.lowes-solictors.co.uk