You may have noticed that I sprained my ankle during my Christmas break – during all things – playing with my children! Fun, huh?! As with most things in my life - rather than focus on the things I can’t do - I have been focusing on the silver linings … [Read more...] about The positive effects of exercising during separation.
A few months ago, I attended a networking function. As is usually the case for these types of events, I had some great conversations about life with a variety of people I was really pleased to meet. And I had one conversation I found really … [Read more...] about Be a good human.
This weekend was rather special for several reasons. And it was also a kind of defining moment for me in this parenting jumble. If you have been following the things I write for awhile, you'll know I have three small humans. They are 4, 3 and 1. I … [Read more...] about Whichever lane you’re travelling in, you can only go as fast as the slowest person. And that might be you.
This article is borne out of conversations with clients I have had over recent weeks who have been wondering what would be a great Christmas gift idea for their kids - particularly if they are celebrating Christmas together before or after 25 … [Read more...] about My 6 favourite Christmas gift ideas for kids.
Let's talk about Kelvin. I don't usually write about Family Court cases or judgements. However, there is a landmark case I have been following with interest in the Family Court this year. It is so significant for so many young people and parents of … [Read more...] about Transgender children may no longer need Court approval for Stage 2 treatment
It is around this time of year as we head toward 31 December that I enjoy spending time with the friends and family I love, celebrating the year behind us and making plans for the year ahead – and oh my golly are there plans ahead..! With recent … [Read more...] about Australia said Yes… but what happens now, and what does this mean for families?
Often when people first call me they tell me they didn’t want to get lawyers involved but they want to know what is an appropriate legal outcome following their separation or divorce. When I explore that statement with my clients during those initial … [Read more...] about How to Keep Your Family Out of Court after Separation or Divorce.
If you have separated during the last 12 months and you and your family are heading towards your first Christmas as a newly separated family, you and your former spouse may not yet have had a discussion about Christmas arrangements for your children. It … [Read more...] about Christmas, parenting and separation. Tips for a happy Christmas.