Contact with children
If you are a parent who does not live with your child, you will want to keep regular contact.
It is hoped that parents can come to an agreement between themselves as to how and when contact with the child will take place.
However, this is not always possible.
Helping with problems
If you are having problems establishing contact with your child, we can help you.
We will always try and help you reach an agreement that suits both parties without the need to go to court. We prefer to use methods such as Mediation or Collaborative Law where appropriate.
However, in serious disputes if the parties cannot agree, then applying for a child arrangements order may be the only option. The child arrangement orders replace the old contact orders and further details are available in our "child arrangements orders" article. See the link below.
If you are worried about contact with your child and would like to book an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our family law team.
Parental Responsibility (Family Law)
Child Arrangements Orders (Family Law)
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