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Parental rights as a grandparent or stepparent in Scotland

There may come a time when as a grandparent or stepparent, you need to know more about your legal rights because of fractious relationships in your family. If you are unsure of your legal rights as a grandparent or stepparent, it is important to seek legal advice so you are clear on what you can and cannot do. 

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Things to consider when divorcing over 50

Going through a divorce is an emotionally challenging time, not just for the couple involved but their family members, too. From living arrangements to custody of children, there are many practicalities that must be considered. 

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Separated parents and vaccination disputes

The COVID-19 vaccine rollout is well underway now in Scotland, and while the vaccine is not currently available to children, it may be in the future. Questions might then arise over children and vaccinations more generally. For example, what happens in terms of childhood vaccinations where parents cannot agree? Here, we discuss these issues and what might happen in such situations.

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An Overview of the Children (Scotland) Bill

The Government is taking steps to strengthen the family justice system in Scotland. The Children (Scotland) Bill looks at how contact with the court system impacts on children, either directly or indirectly, and how children can be further protected and assisted if they and their families become involved with the courts.

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More than a quarter of UK divorces involved custody dispute of a pet

According to new research from Direct Line Pet Insurance, more than 28,500 of the 111,000 divorce cases in the last year involved the custody of a pet; equating to around 90 disputes every day.

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