- Quick-fire Parental Responsibility decision making guide
Quick-fire Parental Responsibility decision making guide
Quick-fire Parental Responsibility decision making guide21st July 2021 - Published by Kuits Family team
Navigating parenting decisions after a separation can be difficult, especially if you have a strained relationship with your child’s other parent. Senior Associate Madelaine Hailey has prepared a quick-fire guide to common parenting decisions and the circumstances in which you need to consult the other parent, inform them after the event, or neither. To view the table click HERE.
For most families, open communication between parents is important and beneficial to their children. There will be other circumstances, however, where communication is best left to a minimum (for example, if there has been abuse in the relationship). Do bear in mind that once a person has parental responsibility for a child, that will continue unless extinguished by the court.
Get in touch with a Family Senior Associate in Manchester
Where it is safe and in the best interests of the child, they should expect to have a loving relationship with both of their parents regardless of a breakdown in the parental relationship. If you are struggling with parenting after separation, contact Family Senior Associate Madelaine Hailey on 0161 838 7824 or email email@example.com