When a relationship breaks down it is stressful time especially if children are involved. Many parents are able to reach an agreement on arrangements for their children but what happens when aggreements cannot be reached?
The breakdown of a relationship can be hard enough but issues of contact and residence with your children can be further complicated. Disputes over children arise when there is hostility between the parties, for example, if one parent wants to move away or abroad, or there are allegations of domestic violence or risk to children.
When parents are in disagreement then grandparents and other relatives may find themselves drawn in to the dispute and they may suddenly lose contact with the child.
Our Sharia advisors can help you in the process of coming together and reconciling your differences.