Resolving and agreeing the arrangements for your children can be hard to do and, at times, stressful. We can help you to work towards a structure in which you can make your decisions.
Coming to your own arrangements is not necessarily an easy thing to do - feelings can be running high and it can be easy to slip into blaming each other rather than working together for the benefit of your children. It is usually best when parents develop a co-operative parenting relationship around the practical issues of parenting including living arrangements, education and health.
It may be possible for a professional to speak with the children with the permission of both parents. Then, if the children feel content, the professional may ask to share their concerns with the parents to help them see how the children feel, having spoken to a neutral family consultant.