The decisions you make about your future should be yours. The same applies in respect of your children. There is a presumption enshrined in the Children Act 1989 that the court should not get involved in matters concerning your children. As parents, you are best placed to make decisions about your children’s welfare.
Unfortunately, disputes do arise. We can help you deal with these in a variety of ways to minimise the disruption for the children. Some of the things we can help you with:
- child arrangements orders – which are orders regulating with whom a child should live, spend time with or have contact with.
- leave to remove to another country
- financial orders