Collins Solicitors: Helping Families
1. The right to family life
2. The right to an opinion
1. Contact Order
This is commonly made when a child resides with one parent permanently but the other parent wishes to have contact with the child on a regular basis. This could include overnight stays, weekly visits at home or a safe place, or any order contact deemed appropriate.
2. Residence Order
Residence Orders are made when there is a dispute over where a child should live on a permanent basis but is subject to change if circumstances materially change.
3. Prohibited Steps Order
This is required when it is necessary to prevent one parent from taking a certain course of action when with the child.
4. Specific Issue Order
As it states, the Court can make an Order on Specific Issues relating to the child such as schooling or medical treatment.
In 2015 Sharon was appointed to the Children Order Panel which is a group of solicitors in Northern Ireland who are specifically trained to represent clients in care order cases.
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