Domestic Abuse – COVID-19

The charity Refuge has reported that the National Domestic Abuse hotline has experienced a 25% increase in calls and online enquiries since the COVID-19 lockdown started. Everyone has been told to leave their home only to buy essentials, such as food or medicine, or to exercise.  Many workers are being furloughed and many of those

Co-parenting and Compromise during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Compromise is not always easy, but it is an important component of a positive co-parenting relationship.  Compromise is integral when reaching agreements and we know that arrangements that have been agreed between parents have a higher chance of long-term success compared to arrangements that have been imposed by the court. The current Coronavirus crisis is