I have plans to do a series of blogs about shared parenting but in the meantime there has been some debate sparked off by the publication in November of the Nuffield study “Taking a longer view of contact: perspectives of young adults who experienced parental separation”. This research looks at how the contact arrangements made by separating parents for their children affect children’s long-term relationships with their parents throughout their childhood and then into adulthood.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
[As well as author of Researching Reform Natasha Phillips is a consultant for the All Party Parliamentary Group on Family Law and The Court of Protection and author of Divorce Manual. The link takes you to an interview with me in 2009 and it's interesting reading back that I was complaining about the lack of specialist family courts in Scotland which are now on the cards!]