In partnership with Stowe Family Law

In partnership with Stowe Family Law

Child Custody and Contact Solicitors London


Child Contact London

Divorce and separation can be difficult enough without having to deal with the difficult task of sorting out the arrangements for any children under the age of 16. In the majority of cases, both partners only want what is best for the child, and sometimes their judgement can be clouded due to the proceedings that are going on. It is important that the rights of the child are not lost when these judgements are being made. That is where Family Law London come in, we can ensure that proceedings go as smoothly as possible, and that the best interests of the child are protected. Call our friendly team today on 020 3962 0756.
Our team of dedicated family law experts are on hand to deal with any divorce and child custody issues you might have. We know how difficult going through divorce can be for you and your family. Our expert team endeavour to provide all our clients with a friendly, professional and reliable experience. If you have any family law matters you wish to take care of then we suggest you contact us immediately. Speaking to a solicitor early in the divorce process minimises problems and ensures that you get the best outcome for your circumstances. We ensure the impact on your life, and that of the children, is minimal. If you wish to speak to a member of team today, then do not hesitate to contact us. You can contact us by filling in our online contact form here, or you can speak to a member of our team by phoning us on 020 3962 0756. We look forward to hearing from you.

Child Contact Issues

Who Gets Responsibility for the Child

Both partner have parental responsibility for any children that have come as a result of the marriage in the case of a divorce. This is not the case for couples who are unmarried. Legally only the mother is given rights automatically when the relationship breaks down. If a child was born after December 2003, and the father is named on the birth certificate, then they are able to obtain parental responsibility. Another way for fathers to be granted parental responsibility for a child is when they have signed what is known as a Parental Responsibility Agreement. A Parental Responsibility Agreement can be entered into any time during or after a relationship and can even be enforced by courts in the case of the separation of a couple.

If you and your partner are unable to agree on child arrangements

Child arrangements do not have to be settled in court in the UK. These arrangements, which were known as residence and contact arrangements, must only be settled in court if the couple are unable to come to an agreement outside of the courtroom. Couples can avoid the stress and cost of court proceedings by agreeing on how much time each parent will spend with the child, as well as where the child will live.
We have expertise in all areas of family law, including:

Children, Divorce and Separation

It can be hard to know what the best solution is for your child. There are a number of things that you have to think about when you are considering your child.
You must first consider who will be able to spend the most time with the child. If both parents work, it is important to establish who will be able to spend the most time with the child and on what day. An agreement must be arranged where the child spends as much time with a parent as possible.
Children are not objects and must not be treated as such. This means that children should not have to travel unreasonable distances in order to satisfy the wish of a parent. They should be based in a location which has them close to school, family and friends, and should not be made to travel long distances frequently.
It is important to think about how you will keep in contact with you child if you are not living with them. This is sometimes down to how you keep in contact with your ex-partner, not only in getting access to speak to the children, but in decisions over their care. If the relationship ended in a bad manner and you are unable to speak to your ex-partner face-to-face, try using emails, texts and other family members and friends as a means of contact.
It is important to remember that the child is the most important person in this scenario, and you must think carefully about how any decisions made by you will impact them.

Contact Family Law Solicitors in London Today

We have a team of expert family law solicitors who are on hand to assist you. Our team take a caring approach and look to resolve issues in as conflict free a manner as possible.

Get in touch today to find out how we can help you.

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