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29/04/2012 14:48
  A Residence order settles with whom the child lives and not to whom the child belongs. It also provides Parental Responsibility to the holder of the order for the lifetime of the order. The residence order usually lasts until the child turns 16 years of age unless due to exceptional...
29/04/2012 14:46
A contact order basically requires the person the child is living with to allow the child to stay or visit the person bearing the said order, or at least for the bearer and the child to keep in touch. A contact order is usually brought up when two parents cannot agree on the type of contact...
29/04/2012 14:20
Practice Guidance: McKenzie Friends (Civil and Family Courts) LORD NEUBERGER MR AND SIR NICHOLAS WALL P 12 JULY 2010 Practice – Trial – Party acting in person – Right to assistance – McKenzie friend – Scope of right to assistance – Guidance. Cases referred to in practice...
04/11/2011 15:15
Appeals Practice direction 30a 2010   deal with appeals. The Practice Direction comes into effect on the 6th April, the same day as the Rules generally. They set out the routes of appeal: namely that appeals from District Judges in either the family proceedings court or the county...
04/11/2011 14:21
This Practice Direction supplementing the Family Procedure Rules 2010 is made by the President of the Family Division under the powers delegated to   him by the Lord Chief Justice under Schedule 2, Part 1 paragraph 2(2) of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005. and is approved by the...
04/11/2011 14:17
The Practice Direction below is made by the President of the Family Division under the powers delegated to him by the Lord Chief Justice under Schedule 2, Part 1, paragraph 2(2) of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005, and is approved by Bridget Prentice, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, by...
04/11/2011 13:47
    Practice Guidance: McKenzie Friends (Civil and Family Courts) 1) This Guidance applies to civil and family proceedings in the Court of Appeal (Civil Division), the High Court of Justice, the County Courts and the Family Proceedings Court in the Magistrates’ Courts. 1 It...
18/10/2011 11:47
   in Re K (Children) [2011] EWCA Civ 793 on 7 July 2011.  It was a welcome opportunity to consider the application of Payne v Payne [2001] EWCA Civ 166 in international relocation cases following criticism of the authority both at home and abroad.  What followed was the...
19/09/2011 13:03
After a Section 91(14) has been granted, a person would need to gain permission to bring action to court. In this case, an application would be made to a court for the order to be lifted. This would be tested against a number of criteria to determine the outcome of the permission...
10/06/2011 12:11
JUMPJewishParentingPlansBooklet-FINAL15Dec06PlansTemplate.pdf (83,5 kB) or the caffcass website parenting plan   http://www.cafcass.gov.uk/PDF/FINAL%20web%20version%20251108.pdf
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