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Name: Child & Child Solicitors London England

Description: The firm has been committed to family law as an element of its services for many years. Our philosophy is to approach matrimonial disputes on an amicable and conciliatory basis, wherever possible. Where the diplomatic approach proves unsuccessful, we will take forceful action to ensure our clients' interests are properly protected.

Occupation orders deal with individual rights of occupation of a property and can be made in terms which exclude the Respondent from all or part of the home and in some cases an area surrounding the home. An occupation order can also be made to confirm that an Applicant has the right to live in the home. When deciding whether to grant an occupation order, the court will consider all the circumstances of the case which will include the need to secure the health, safety and welfare of the Applicant and any relevant child. As an occupation order can have very serious consequences for the Respondent, very stringent tests are applied. In extreme circumstances, it is possible for an occupation order to be made on a without notice basis and in appropriate cases, the court can attach a power of arrest to an occupation order.

The Children Act gives the court the power to make orders in respect of any child or children as to residence (with whom the child should live) or contact (whether the child should have contact with the other parent or any other party and if so when). Orders for contact may be defined as to frequency of contact and may if necessary specify arrangements for collection and return of the child/children. Applications for residence or contact can be made by other people besides the mother and father of the child e.g. grandparents. The court also has the power to make other orders namely Prohibited Steps Orders and Specific Issue Orders. A Prohibited Steps Order will limit how and when certain parental rights and duties can be exercised. A Specific Issue Order will contain directions to resolve a particular issue in respect of a child, which is in dispute.

Category: London

Url: http://www.childandchild.net/

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