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Childrens Welfare

Childrens Welfare

We understand that your children are your first consideration. Your divorce or separation will be a difficult time for them.

Or it may be that you have been separated for some time already and the children have now become settled. However, issues may still arise with regard to the children that require your attention.

We can help you with regard to:

  • Who the children should live with
  • he arrangements for contact with the children
  • Resolving any particular dispute with regard to the children - for example with regard to education, health or religion
  • Securing parental responsibility for an unmarried father
  • Children maintenance
  • Payment of school fees
  • Child abduction for adoption
  • Paternity disputes
  • Appointing a guardian for your children upon your death
  • Providing for your children in your Will
  • An application to take your children out of the country for a holiday or to live

Childrens WelfareWe also advise and assist grandparents who are not seeing their grandchildren.  We can talk to you about grandparentsí rights and help you to see your grandchildren.

If you have a contact order in respect of your children and your circumstances have changed or your ex-partnerís circumstances have changed, the court order can be reviewed and revised.  We can advise you about this.

We provide a sympathetic and understanding approach to these matters in order that they can be resolved as painlessly as possible for you and your children.

Where issues concerning your children cannot be resolved by agreement, we can assist you to engage the services of a mediatior in order to assist in resolving matters with your children. If it is not possible to resolve matters, we can assist you to make an application to the Court or to respond to an application issued by the other party. We will be able to advise you at each step of the proceedings and represent you at Court.

On any application involving childrenís issues, the Court must decide what is in the childrenís best interests. When making this decision, the Court must have regard to the childrenís welfare as the paramount consideration. The Court must also take into account a number of factors, which we can advise you about.