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What are my rights as a parent?

When a relationship breaks down the first consideration must be for the children.

It is best to keep the arguments away from the children after all you still need to parent together and it's up to you, the parents, to reach your own agreements.

It is not an automatic process that the courts will get involved. Court should be the last resort.

At LCF Law we can help you achieve a peaceful resolution to the problems that are associated with a separation without the costly process of having to go to court.

We always recommend that parents try and resolve their differences without going to court to save them and the children the emotional stress that's involved.

There are no guarantees that you will get what you want or feel that you deserve, should you go to court as there is no bias towards either parent.

However should you find yourself in the unfortunate position of having to go to court then we can help you resolve the situation as swiftly and painlessly as possible.

Our Info-Burst takes you through what to considerwhen children are involvedduring a relationship breakdown.

Talk to us at LCF Law now and let us start helping you and your family through a difficult time and let our matrimonial experts help you with any of your queries or concerns. - 01274 848 800

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