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Divorce and separation

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In this section we discuss some of the legal issues that relate to being a Dad. If you would like free child law advice visit the Legal eagle section on the Dad.info forum.

Bringing up children involves lots of joint decisions. If you are separated, it’s harder to make these decisions and plans as you go along. Splitting Up? Put Kids First helps you to create a Parenting Plan online and learn the skills you need to make it work for you both:

 

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