Research conducted by the Child Support Agency shows increased co-operation between parents.
In February 2008, 34% of receiving parents and 40% of paying parents considered their relationship with the other parent “co-operative”. Research undertaken in August 2008 has seen this increase to 49% of receiving parents and 51% of paying parents.
I suspect that the shared parenting laws are having an impact.
Don Leemburggen is the resident Family Law specialist at Barry Nilsson Lawyers