Breaking Good - Episode Three: Children & separation - all you need to know
Co-hosts Marcus Brigstocke and Head of Family, Jo Edwards are joined by preeminent family lawyer Simon Blain to talk about how to prioritise children’s needs during separation and divorce. They explore how parents can best work together to protect children from any fall-out, the different and creative child arrangements they have seen, how to take account of a child's wishes and the kindness of surrogate mothers.
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