Being parents is not always easy, even when you are together, but being parents apart often feels like an even greater challenge. In connection with the sometimes chaotic transition from living together to living apart, parents are often left feeling very vulnerable in relation to the children.
When parents part, the matters that need to be addressed include legal and physical custody of any children as well as access. The most urgent questions are where the children should live, how much access there should be on weekdays, weekends and public holidays and during holidays, expenses, transport etc. There are rules… but it is not easy to make rules for something as intractable as children and emotions.
These challenges are best overcome by continuing to focus, as parents, on what is best for the children. Based on many years of experience, we have a strong sense of how best to avoid or mitigate conflicts and arrive at a new ways of organising family life.
We help you find the best solutions for you and your children. We clarify any uncertainties and provide the peace of mind needed to resolve any disagreements, including in particular the following questions:
- What is best for the children?
- What do you agree on and what do you actually disagree about?
- How can disagreements be resolved and agreement reached/solutions found?
If, despite our best efforts, we are unable to resolve disagreements, we ensure that they are resolved via the State Administration and/or the courts. We guarantee that your case is handled in the best possible way, so that you do not need to worry about making mistakes.
Your case is considered based on the situation as it is known, and the settlement is not set in stone forever. If circumstances change, different solutions may be needed. Together we will ensure that good and durable solutions are found and limit the risk of challenges arising in future.