Whenever possible separating parties should speak to one another and make arrangements for the care of the children which are in the children’s best interests and can be worked around by both parents. If an agreement cannot be reached then we can help the parties to negotiate arrangements and if necessary we can prepare your case and provide representation at court.
Despite the court’s starting point that no order should be made in relation to who a child ‘lives with’ and who a child ‘spends time with’; the court’s overriding concern is the welfare of the child. Our experienced solicitors can fully advise you in relation to the ‘Welfare Checklist’ which is among the factors the court considers, these are:
Contact our specialist family solicitors for a free initial advice appointment and discuss your options.
Please submit your information and a member of the Poole Alcock team will respond to you as soon as possible. If you have a quick question, please feel free to call 01270 625478.