Mark Christie

Mark Christie is the head of Stowe Family Law’s dedicated Children’s Department. Mark has specialised in family law for more than 30 years and provides clients with a wealth of practical experience.

Divorce and children: more questions answered

October 18, 2013 10 comments

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Mark Christie, the head of the dedicated Children’s Department here at Stowe Family Law, answers more of the many questions about children that have brought visitors to this blog in recent weeks.   The non-resident parent has free living accommodation – does this affect child maintenance payments? The living accommodation costs or absence of them does not affect an assessment of child…

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Divorce and children: more questions answered

September 27, 2013 1 comment

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Many of our readers have questions relating to their children following divorce or separation, and no wonder. Its’ a difficult topic and one that provokes emotion like few others. Here Mark Christie, the head of the dedicated Children’s Department here at Stowe Family Law, answers more of the many questions about children that have brought new…

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Divorce and children: your contact questions answered

September 8, 2013 13 comments

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Yesterday the head of our dedicated Children’s Department, Mark Christie (left), answered some of your recent questions about child maintenance. Today he answers your questions about child contact and other child-related matters. As before, the questions appear as they were typed. If you have a question and cannot find it here, leave a comment and…

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Divorce and children: your child maintenance questions answered

September 7, 2013 68 comments

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Posts relating to children and divorce continue to be some of the most visited pages on this blog.  Many first-time visitors arrive here after entering their children-related questions into Google or another search engine, and pressing the ‘Return’ key. Certain queries and predicaments come up time and time again. I asked Mark Christie (left), the…

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