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Specific Issue Order

Specific Issue Order

Specific Issue Order are particularly important in family law and can help parties resolve disputes. Specific Issue Orders are an effective solution for families who require assistance resolving simple issues without needing more complex legal action. They are court orders that deal with specific matters in a family dispute and typically relate to parenting issues, … Read more

Prohibited Steps Order For Child’s Safety

Prohibited Steps Order For Child’s Safety

You have somehow lost your child’s custody and are worried about his future in specific matters, right? You have concerns about your child’s future since your ex-spouse makes poor decisions. If so, the prohibited steps order can help you prevent your ex-partner from taking such actions. Prohibited steps order is a legal way to stop … Read more

The Letter Police To Take The Child Abroad

The Letter Police To Take The Child Abroad

A travel permission letter or document is needed for travelling abroad. Court issues this letter if a single parent wants to travel overseas with the child. This letter allows them to travel abroad with any group, family member or separated parents. The parents who have the child arrangements order from the court don’t need any … Read more

Child-inclusive Mediation Is A Pleasant Gust For Children In A Hard Time Of Parent Separation

Child-inclusive Mediation Is A Pleasant Gust For Children In A Hard Time Of Parent Separation

Child-inclusive mediation means the process or meeting between separated parents and children to decide kids’ future when separated. This meeting occurs when both partners want separation and have children or any assets to be divided and to determine the children’s future. Third-party sits with them to agree on the children’s life, school admission age, religious … Read more

Non-Molestation Order And Child Contact In The UK

Non-Molestation Order And Child Contact

A non-molestation order and child contact are two legal orders to protect individuals from harm or abuse. A non-molestation order is used to protect people from threats, violence, and harassment in person or other means, such as text messages and emails. A child contact order allows children to have contact with a non-resident parent or … Read more