Sheffield Solicitor Contributes To National Book Aimed At Helping Separating Families

13th February 2019

Sheffield law firm, Graysons, is delighted to be supporting OnlyMums and OnlyDads a national, not-for-profit social enterprise working to provide accessible support to families through the difficulties of separation and divorce by contributing to its new book '101 Questions Answered About Separating with Children'.

The book has been written by a number of expert family solicitors, barristers, mediators and other professionals. Bradie Pell, partner and head of Graysons' family team, is the only solicitor in South Yorkshire and Derbyshire to have contributed with an article on parental responsibility. Bradie says -Graysons is a long-term supporter of OnlyMums and OnlyDads and so I was delighted to have been asked to contribute to the book, having already made contributions to the websites. "The book looks at the legal landscape, how to cope with the psychological impact of separation, what it means for children involved, and where parents can turn for further help and support. Director of OnlyMums, Rebecca Giraud, continued, -The book aims to clearly explain family law processes, answering the most common questions asked by separating parents with a degree of authority. "We also emphasise how parents can save money when using professional advisers. We are delighted that Bradie has been able to share her expertise in the book. In his foreword to the book, President of the Family Division, The Right Honourable Sir Andrew McFarlane, said: -Irrespective of the current pressing problem that may have caused a parent to pick this book up, any reader would be well advised to invest the time in reading it from cover to cover, thereby gaining a real 'feel' for the approach of family law professionals and the courts in general to these important and difficult problems. The book is available now directly from and, from Amazon and all other online and high street booksellers.

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