Trying to reach an agreement over what is in the best interests of children of the family can be one of the most difficult and emotional tasks when dealing with separation. It is best for everyone if an agreement can be reached without any court intervention however we know this is not always possible. If no agreement can be reached as to where the children should live and the amount of contact they should have with the parent they don’t live with then the Court are able to make decisions. The main consideration of the court at all times is that the interests of the children are paramount. The parents do not have rights, but responsibilities. The Court process can be lengthy, difficult and emotional.
We can also advise on issues such as:
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Legal Aid is available for some family cases and is both means (income) and merits tested. Please attend one of our drop in clinics or make an appointment for a free 15 mins appointment to discuss eligibility.
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Please contact Helen Crockett on 0800 888 66 53 / 07778 264 289 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen has a wealth of experience in dealing with clients, especially
those who are vulnerable. She believes that this lies in her empathy and the extensive efforts she makes on behalf of clients.