Family and Children
Arrangements following Divorce or Separation
Divorce or separation can have a wide ranging impact on the family. How will contact with the children be arranged? Where will the children live? What happens if one of the parents moves abroad? “Child Arrangement Orders”, are where these arrangements are formalised. They resolve, for example, where a child is to go to school, their religious upbringing and medical treatment. Our public access family barristers are skilled in negotiating and drawing up these arrangements and are able to represent you throughout the proceedings.
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