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March Stowe Support roundup

Stowe Support is a dedicated home for Stowe’s free resources designed to help inform and support anyone with family law concerns.

With new blogsguidespodcastsvideos and events shared each month, here’s a handy Stowe Support roundup from the past month in case you missed anything.

Blogs:

Prenups, petnups and postnups: a pragmatic approach to marriage

Tips for moving house after divorce

Facing Mother’s Day without the kids

Divorce and the abolition of Lifetime Allowance

When marriage fizzles out

Mandatory mediation: what it could mean for divorcing couples

6 tips for adult children of divorce

Watch March’s Stowe talks and The Break-Up Club webinars:

Bristol Break Up Club – Nutrition to combat stress and overwhelm

Stowe talks: Creating your family through donor conception

Listen to Stowe talks podcasts:

This month we recorded the next series of Stowe talks podcast which will be launched soon.

One again it features expert guests discussing a broad range of topics including; cohabitation rights, domestic abuse, budgeting after divorce, tech abuse, supporting children through divorce, mediation, dating after divorce and rebuilding your life after narcissistic abuse.

Click to catch up on previous episodes and follow us!

Visit Stowe Support to explore our full range of resources dedicated to helping people with family law matters such as divorce and separationfinanceschildrendomestic abusecohabitationalternative parentingmediation, as well as support with relationships and wellness.

 

The blog team at Stowe is a group of writers based across our family law offices who share their advice on the wellbeing and emotional aspects of divorce or separation from personal experience. As well as pieces from our family law solicitors, guest contributors also regularly contribute to share their knowledge.

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