When going through a divorce or separation, this can be made even more difficult and emotional if you and your spouse have children.
Here at FisherWright Solicitors, we have extensive experience dealing with matters relating to children, which can include, amongst others, child arrangements, custody arrangements and visitation rights.
FisherWright Solicitors recognises that this will be a particularly sensitive area for all of those involved, especially given that children are at the heart of most families. You are likely to feel emotional and stressed about the situation, and we are here to help you.
Whilst we will always represent your interests, it is also important to carefully consider the interests of your children, which is why it can be so helpful to seek the objective advice of a solicitor.
We can help you every step of the way when it comes to all legal matters relating to your children, and will support and advise you appropriately. We look forward to being of assistance.
If you and your spouse are going through a divorce or separation and have children, it is very likely that you will have anxiety and worry concerning the arrangements surrounding your children. There may be a dispute as to where you would like your children to live, parental visitation rights, or other arrangement that needs to be agreed to.
Regardless of the circumstances, FisherWright Solicitors has experience in helping to resolve matters relating to the arrangements concerning your child or children.We realise that you will feel emotion and likely distress in such situations, and not only do we strive to offer you the very best legal service, but will always ensure that your children are the priority in any such discussions and child arrangement legal proceedings.
In order to discuss the arrangements concerning your children, and exactly how you would like us to help, please contact FisherWright Solicitors today. We look forward to being of assistance.
Parental responsibility can be a difficult issue to deal with, especially if you and your spouse are going through a separation or divorce. Not only do you have the issues surrounding who your child will live with and when, but you will also have the often challenging situation of having to reach a full and comprehensive with your spouse, with whom you may not be on the best terms.
FisherWright Solicitors can help you with these issues, and others, concerning your children, and we will do our utmost to resolve matters to your satisfaction, but with your child or children’s interests in mind.
Prohibited Steps Order
A prohibited steps order is a court order made to stop the other parent making certain decisions about a child. The order can cover a variety of areas, such as the medical treatment of a child, the changing of a child’s surname, and stopping a child from being taken abroad by the other parent. In other words, they prohibit the other parent from doing certain things in relation to the child or children.
FisherWright Solicitors has wide experience in dealing with these proceedings, and prohibited steps orders are no exception. If you and your partner are separating, or going through a divorce, you may feel it is necessary to seek a prohibited steps order, and we can help.
Specific Issue Orders
Specific issue orders are court orders granted to address a particular issue concerning a child or children’s upbringing. This can include matters such as whether the child should attend a religious school, and indeed which school they should attend.
Here at FisherWright Solicitors, we have an experienced and professional team who specialise in dealing with family and children related legal issues, and we have particular experience in helping parents apply to court for a range of orders.
If you and your spouse are going through a divorce or separation, and you have children, there may be issues concerning where the children live, and particularly, if one parent moves to a different location, whether the children should also move.
Depending upon the circumstances of your case, there may be a number of issues to resolve, such as custody, visitation, and if the other parent has custody, where they will be living with the children.
FisherWright Solicitors regularly deals with legal issues concerning relocation in respect of children and the surrounding custody issues.