Bonus Episode - Shared care of children while on lockdown

In the light of Monday's announcement by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, how do the rules apply to shared care of children. How should you go about the handover and maintain social distancing? Are there any excuses for using the lockdown to prevent your ex from seeing their children? Tamsin Caine talks to Katie Welton-Dillon of Hall Brown Family Law about the new rules, how they apply and how to work with your ex for the best outcome for all. Director of Financial Planning and Chartered Financial Planner Tamsin Caine has a strong background of over 15 years within the financial services profession. She began Smart Divorce following her own experience with divorce; she now advises people in the same situation as she once was, enabling them to take back control of their life and finances. Smart Divorce website is www.smartdivorce.co.uk. Contact her by email tamsin@smartdivorce.co.uk.Katie Welton-Dillon has specialised in family law from the outset of her career. As a trainee solicitor in 2009, Katie worked alongside the managing partner and head of family law at a top Manchester-city based firm. Upon qualifying in 2011, Katie worked at a niche and specialist family law firm, developing her skills in all areas of family law including divorce (including those with an international element), complex financial settlements and particularly cases involving children.  Katie has joined Hall Brown to head a specialist children law team.Katie has become known for her knowledge, passion and experience of dealing with cases involving children including the arrangements for a child following the breakdown of relationships, child relocation (both internally within the jurisdiction of England and Wales and internationally), child abduction (the removal of a child from their resident country without the other parent’s consent) and dealing with complex cases involving domestic abuse, substance misuse and mental health issues.Email: katie.welton-dillon@hallbrown.co.ukDirect: 0161 804 9718, Mobile: 07526 175824Support the show (http://www.smartdivorce.co.uk)


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