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Overcoming the challenges of co-parenting for separated and divorced parents

Date:31 MAR 2020

Following the government announcing restrictions for staying at home and away from others to help manage the coronavirus crisis, further details have been published about the “lockdown” restrictions, which confirm that “moving children under 18 between their parents’ homes” is one of the permitted reasons to leave home. 

For at least the next few weeks in the UK, we are subject to the most stringent restrictions on movement that we have experienced in peacetime and the current situation brings particular challenges for separated parents.  Last weekend, Cafcass (the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, which represents children in family court cases) published some welcome COVID-19 guidance for separated parents, which now needs to be read in light of the government’s latest restrictions.

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