Nearly one in three separated mothers believe fathers should have no say in their child’s upbringing, according to a recently published survey by relationship charity Relate.
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Almost a million children living in single parent families have no contact with their fathers, according to a new report from think tank the Centre for Social Justice.
The Centre claims there are currently 236 areas across England and Wales where than 50 per
Marriage is on the way to becoming a minority pursuit, according to a new report from think tank the Centre for Social Justice.
The report, called Forgotten Families, suggests that conventional marriage has become increasingly associated with affluence
This is an expanded version of my latest Family Business column in Solicitors Journal. Darkness is cheap A family solicitor’s Christmas Carol, by Marilyn Stowe Christmas is now upon us and another year has flown by. Last night we sat in our …
The latest report from the Centre for Social Justice Have you seen the latest report from the Centre for Social Justice? I am no fan of this right-wing think tank, founded by Iain Duncan Smith MP, which left me flabbergasted last year when it …
Have you ever been to a wedding and on the surface, everything has been perfect? The venue, the dress, the food, the guests all look gorgeous; the bride and groom are blissfully happy, and their bridesmaids and flower girls with baskets of posies …
Every Family Matters, a report prepared for the Conservative Party by Iain Duncan Smith’s ‘Centre for Social Justice’ think tank, received a good deal of press attention at the weekend. The report recommends a compulsory, …
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Marilyn Stowe is the senior partner in Stowe Family Law, which has offices in Yorkshire, Cheshire and London. With more than 30 years’ experience handling divorce cases and family law proceedings she is regarded as one of the most formidable and sought after divorce lawyers in the UK. In 2012, Marilyn became one of the first solicitors to qualify as a family law arbitrator.
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