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Child Arrangements – Frequently Asked Questions

When clients come to us because of a child arrangement dispute, it is often the first time that they have needed a family law solicitor or experienced any form of interaction with the Court. It is therefore understandable that they…

Making Child Arrangements: What Are the Steps?

When a couple separate, it is never straightforward and matters can quickly become contentious, even if you are both trying to keep things as amicable as possible. However, it is important that when making child arrangements, they are sorted as…

Child Arrangements & Going to Court: What to Expect

We are only too aware that, even when everyone is trying to resolve child arrangements amicably, sometimes an application to the Court needs to be made for a Child Arrangements Order. We understand that making a Court application in itself…

Shared Care Orders

Following a separation, many parents apply to Court for a child arrangements order to formally set out the living arrangements for the child/children, known as a shared care order. Any person including a parent, grandparent, guardian or any other person…

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