Child Care Law and Children Law

In the breakdown of any relationship it can be difficult deciding on the best arrangements for the children, including where they should live and how often they should see the other partner. We will do our best to resolve these issues for you, again without the need for Court proceedings. If this is not possible then we can advise you on mediation and represent you in Court.

The common areas of our Children Law Practice include the following:

  • Care Orders
  • Secure Accommodation Orders
  • Child maintenance
  • Child Arrangement Orders (formerly Residence and Contact Orders) for parents or other family members
  • Prohibitive Steps Orders and Specific Issue Orders
  • Changing children’s Names
  • Applications to Court for Leave to Remove a Child from the United Kingdom

There are two types of proceedings about children: public and private.

  • Public Law – Involves your family with children’s services
  • Private Law- Involves disputes concerning where children should live, time they should spend with other adults after a divorce, civil partnership dissolution or separation.

Here at Clodes Solicitors we can provide advice on all aspects of Child care law so don’t hesitate in contacting us today.

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What is an Inheritance Act Claim?

In short it is an application made (Pursuant to the Inheritance Act) by a person seeking to be either a beneficiary of a deceased’s estate or a larger beneficiary. It is not a challenge to the validity of the deceased’s will not is it a claim against the estate. It should be viewed as redistribution of the estate between the beneficiaries of the estate under the existing Will or rules of intestacy and the applicant.

An application can be made for various reasons however the most commons scenarios are where insufficient provision has been made for a disabled person or where an unmarried couple have no valid will and the rules of intestacy make no provision for the surging partner.

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