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If you are involved in a dispute over children, it is important that you seek quality legal advice as soon as possible. The family law solicitors at O'Neill Morgan are both knowledgeable and approachable.
As part of the 1989 Children Act there is a "no order" principal therefore, as a matter of course, the court does not make Orders with regards to children. However, the court will intervene if there is a need to do so. The court can make the following orders:
- Residence Order - to determine where a child will live
- Contact Order - to determine when a child will see the parent or other relative with whom they do not live
- Specific Issue Order - to determine a particular issue which the parents cannot agree on
- Prohibited Steps Order - to prevent one parent taking action in relation to a child
The family law solicitors at O'Neill Morgan can support you in the drawing up of any of these orders, or advise you if an order is not complied with.