Child Arrangement

At RVS our family law team are qualified to assist you with child arrangement and can help find the best resolution for you and your children, always ensuring their best interests are kept at the heart of the negotiations

A Family Solicitor can help find the best resolution for you and your children, always ensuring their best interests are kept at the heart of the negotiations.

When a family is separating, whether the parents are married or not, planning the future of any children or child involved is difficult. With whom and where will they reside? What contact will take place? Where will they be educated? Will they keep the same name?

We will assist parents who are struggling with a custodial dispute, whether or not they end up going to court for a child arrangement order. A child arrangements order is a legal agreement between the court and the parents or guardians of a child.

Child arrangements orders are used to ensure that the child’s living arrangements are made in their best interests. Divorcing or separating parents can’t always come to an agreement on matters like child custody, especially if the separation has been an acrimonious one. Our solicitors can provide advice and representation at court, help with drafting legal documents and agreements, and other tasks.

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When will you need a Family Solicitor

Scenarios for child arrangement include:

  • Provide legal advice for a parent who is trying to reach a custody agreement with their ex-spouse or partner.
  • Provide legal advice for a grandparent or other relative who needs to seek the court’s permission to apply for a child arrangement order to see a child.
  • Provide legal advice during the mediation process.
  • Help fill in forms and prepare legal documents required during the process of applying for and obtaining the order, and file the appropriate documents with the court..
  • Represent you at hearings and ensure the courts have all the information they need to make a decision.