Arrangements for children after separation
Following a breakdown of a relationship where children are involved matters can become heated and complicated. This might be agreeing parental responsibility, or contact and living arrangements whether you are a parent or another relative.
When a relationship breaks down parents priority is the children, however sometimes when emotions are high it is difficult to reach sensible agreements for the children. We can help you reach agreements for both parents to spend time with their children. At Hindle Campbell we have years of experience working with mediators, Cafcass – Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service and the courts to achieve the best outcome for your children and you.
Financial support for children
When families break up and children live with one parent only, a regular maintenance payment can be claimed from the parent who they are not living with, in addition to lump sums and potentially property.
You might be the paying parent and feel the level of maintenance being claimed is too high in your circumstances. We can assist you in re- negotiating a more acceptable and reasonable level of payment.
We are here to guide you through the complex procedures that surrounds this highly emotive area of law.