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Child Disputes

Very often the breakdown of a relationship, whether it be a marriage or cohabitation, can bring with it difficult choices regarding child care matters. There may be issues regarding the other party wanting the child to live with them or seeking more time to spend with the child. There may also be side issues such as taking the child abroad or moving the child out of the area altogether, making regular contact with the child difficult.

If the matter cannot be resolved amicably then an application to the court is required. The application may be for a Child Arrangements Order which will state whom the child should live with or how much time they should spend with the other party. The application could also be for a Prohibited Steps Order or Specific Issue Order. These are orders preventing the other party from doing something such as taking the child abroad or changing the child’s surname without consent.

At J M Wilson Solicitors we are very much aware that child law matters will often be the most emotionally draining types of cases. We offer a personal and supportive service with honest and realistic advice from Mrs Jenny Sharma and her team.  The entire department has extensive knowledge in all the above types of cases.

I cannot thank you enough for the advice, guidance and support you provided during my separation. You provided that personal touch that was required to a sensitive matter that involved children

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We can also fix our fees at various stages for the above matters making the whole process a little less stressful.

If you wish to make an enquiry then contact us at: jenny@jmwilsonsolicitors.com

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