Children and divorce

Myth
  Myth
“My children can decide when they want to see me. I don’t want us all to have to stick to strict timetables on access as it is not practical.”
Fact
  Fact
In many cases, a couple can decide between them, and with the children, on access times. If the couple cannot decide, however, the matter is referred to the court. Depending on the ages of the children, their views may be taken into account, but ultimately a judge could decide on the level and pattern of contact. Ideally you need to try and come to an agreement with your partner that suits all of you.

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