Wednesday 29 November from 5.30pm – 6.30pm
An estimated one in three families in the UK are “blended”, meaning they have a combination of parents, new partners and children from different relationships.
And they face unique challenges. It takes time for a blended family to bond. The coming together of two households with their traditions, rules and boundaries can sometimes cause difficulties, particularly around holidays such as Christmas.
Join host and family lawyer Sarah Barr-Young, and special guest Nichole Farrow, one of the UK’s leading mindset coaches, who supports divorcing parents, as she offers her advice on how to build happy and positive blended families.
In this session, Nichole will cover:
There will also be an opportunity for Q&A at the end of the session.
You can watch our previous webinars here and links to our podcast and video series are below.
The Stowe talks podcast series will help you access expert advice from some of the best professionals around, and some legal insight.
In each episode, hosts Matthew Taylor and Liza Gatrell, family lawyers at Stowe Family Law, are joined by a special guest to explore the issues a relationship breakdown brings – from dealing with a toxic ex-partner, how to co-parent, the challenges of blended families, handling finances and more.
Guests include Sara Davison, Dr Sue Palmer-Conn, Tom Nash, Lottie Kent and Dr Supriya McKenna.
Featuring professional experts and insight from divorce lawyers, Matthew Taylor and Liza Gatrell at Stowe Family Law, our Stowe talks vodcast is designed to help people go through a relationship breakdown and all the challenges this brings.
It includes feature-length videos with guests including Sara Davison, Dr Sue Palmer-Conn, Tom Nash, Lottie Kent and Dr Supriya McKenna covering topics such as co-parenting, divorcing a narcissist, financial advice, separation in menopause, and dealing with a toxic ex-partner.
Our Stowe talks in two series is a programme of short videos designed to offer legal, practical and emotional advice to people going through a relationship breakdown in just two minutes.
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