When parents separate and can’t agree the arrangements for their children, it can be difficult for grandparents to see their grandchildren.
If you have been married to, and divorced a narcissist, you will be more than aware of their personality traits and the impact that has had on you. But now you have removed yourself from that situation, how to you learn how to co-parent with them? Is it even possible to co-parent with them? In short yes, but only in a limited way.
Carol is a Partner here at Harrogate Family Law. As a well-known family lawyer in North Yorkshire, she has recently taken the step to convert to a Solicitor after 25 years’ experience of being a Chartered Legal Executive. We managed to grab her for a quick coffee and chat to find out more about her and what this conversion means.
Harrogate Family Law has received Stage 1 Cyber Essentials Certification for the second year running.
The fact that we’re all living longer is thought to be one of the factors behind a surprising rise in the number of marriages amongst those aged 65 and over – and a higher number of people are divorcing later in life.
Divorce or separation is difficult for everyone involved. For adults, aside from the emotional aspect, there are practicalities such as money, housing and of course the impact on their children.
Harrogate Family Law and Andrew Meehan, its Managing Director, are once again to be ranked as leaders in the field by top legal authority Chambers UK.
For the second year running Harrogate Family Law have been shortlisted at The Yorkshire Legal Awards for “Niche Law Firm of the Year” and, for the first time, our Managing Director, Andrew Meehan has been shortlisted for “Managing Partner of the Year”. The awards themselves take place in October this year.
It is natural to be worried about where your children will live and how much time they are going to spend with you after divorce or separation. Children living part-time with each parent, known a shared parenting arrangement, is becoming more common although this isn’t always practical.
Being married to a narcissist is merry-go-round of manipulation and double standards, so what is divorcing one like? Arguably the same, if not worse than the marriage, initially at least. However, with the right support by your side, you can come out of the other side feeling empowered and positive about the future.