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Family Justice and Dispute Resolution: Insights from North America

Tuesday 19 March 2019 saw the gathering of various professionals working with separated/separating families in Scotland for an outstanding presentation by the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC). The event was primarily attended by family law solicitors and family mediators but other stakeholders were also represented in the audience, such as representatives from Scottish…

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Annual Review 2015

In the past year, the Relationships Scotland Network provided face-to-face support for over 15,000 people across the country The Relationships Scotland Network offers a unique Scotland-wide family and relationship support service. Our Network of 22 Member Services helps people cope with relationship problems, separation and divorce. We work with individuals, couples, families and children to…

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Top Tips From Parenting Across Scotland

Just when you thought your relationship was sorted and everything was all hunky dory along come children, and you need to start all over again! Well, maybe not quite but becoming a parent is a complex business – and it’s all about relationships. Keeping the relationship with your partner going, creating a whole new relationship…

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Top Tips From Parenting Across Scotland

Top Tips From Parenting Across Scotland Just when you thought your relationship was sorted and everything was all hunky dory along come children, and you need to start all over again! Well, maybe not quite but becoming a parent is a complex business – and it’s all about relationships. Keeping the relationship with your partner…

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Julie-Ann Murphy: Diary of the Easter Holidays

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  “I decraited a joolrai box with my mummy today. It was lovlai doing stuf with her.”   -Nia, aged 6. My heart melted a little when I read this in my daughters ‘school holiday’ journal. She’d written so many pages in her neatest handwriting, noting down the fun things she’d been up to over…

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Nicola Skinner: How to spend time with your child

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Nicola Skinner offers her own personal guide to spending time with your children. My daughter was born in the early hours of Valentine’s Day, two years ago. After lots of shouting and screaming – mostly at my husband – a solemn naked baby was placed in my arms. I looked down at her, and she…

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Mark Stalker: Recently Separated with Kids? What Next?

Continuing our series of blogs for Child Contact Centre Awareness Week (22-26 April), Mark Stalker tackles the difficult subject of managing recent separation. If you’ve recently separated from your partner and have children then you don’t need me to tell you how stressful the whole situation can be. It’s a time which can be really…

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Case Study: Using a Child Contact Centre

Continuing our informative series of blogs for Child Contact Centre Awareness Week, Paula McGuire interviews one set of parents about their experience of using a centre. When starting a family, no-one expects to be arranging contact with their child somewhere down the line.  It’s no wonder then that Child Contact Centres aren’t at the forefront…

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Sarah on The Challenges of Single Parenting

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As part of Child Contact Centre Awareness Week (22-26 April), Guest bloggerSarah from Glasgow Mummy shares her moving experience as a single parent. When I was pregnant with my first child, I had never imagined that I’d be in my current situation… separated with a two year old boy & bouncing baby girl at the…

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