What happens to children when parents split up

What happens to children when parents split up
Family solicitor
Charlotte Bradley
Head of the Family team
Kingsley Napley

Kingsley Napley’s Head of Family Law Charlotte Bradley has been interviewed by Kid’s Law podcasters 10 year old Alma-Constance and her colleague Lucinda for a new podcast series which aims to explain different areas of the law to children and young people aged 8-16.

Charlotte was asked to talk about how family law and the legal process affects children when their parents split up. The podcast covers the role of solicitors, judges and the court; how mediators can help parents to sort out their differences away from a court setting; and to what extent children can voice their views on where they live and who they spend time with post-divorce.

Charlotte also discusses how child therapists, counsellors, grandparents and even teachers can help and support children experiencing a divorce situation.

As the mother of 11 year old twins and a divorcee herself, Charlotte was chosen by the podcasters because is well placed to explain the law on both a professional and personal level.

The podcast can be accessed here and is only 15 minutes long. https://www.buzzsprout.com/1577473/8114545-what-happens-to-children-when-parents-split-up

About Charlotte Bradley

Charlotte is head of the Family team at Kingsley Napley, where she has been a partner since 2001. Charlotte specialises in all aspects of family law, particularly international issues, both in relation to finance and children. She has a reputation for

cross border jurisdiction issues, particularly European and Relocation cases, and for acting for unmarried parents in Schedule 1 (financial provision) cases.

She is listed as a leading expert in her field in the legal directories Chambers UK, Chambers High Net Worth and Legal 500 UK and she was ranked as Top Recommended in Spear’s Family Law Index 2020 and included in the Fourth Edition of The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom for Family Law – Children, Finance. She has also been shortlisted as  Family Law Partner of the year in 2019 in both the Family Law Awards and Chambers High Net Worth Awards.

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