Resolving Disputes About The Care Of Children – Without Using The Family Court
Family Law E-book Series Book 1 of 3
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This first e-book in the Family Law series guides you through the process of understanding the legal framework through which you must resolve your disputes over the care of your children.
It provides clear and understandable guidance on the law and the matters you should take into consideration so that you get the best outcome for you and your children.
The government has introduced a new dispute resolution process called the Family Dispute Resolution process. You are not allowed a lawyer to act for you in that process, although free advice is available which will provide you some information about the process itself.
This 1st e-book in the Family Law series will give you all the information you will need to understand and the process and it will provide guidance on how to get the best results from that process. It will also explain what you will end up with at the end of the process and what you can do if circumstances change or if the other parent breaches the eventual agreement.
The table of contents for the 1st e-book in the Family Law series is set out below.
SOURCES OF FAMILY LAW
- The Care of Children Act 2004
- The welfare and best interests of the child
- The principles relevant to the welfare and best interests
- Relationship with both parents
- Stability, attachment and cultural factors
- The child’s views
- Case law
- The Family Courts Rules 2002
SOME WORDS OF ADVICE BEFORE YOU ENTER THE FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCESS
THE FAMILY LAW ADVICE SERVICE
SHOULD YOU USE THE FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCESS OR DOES YOUR CASE REQUIRE URGENT ACTION?
- What is a “without notice application”?
- Other reasons why your situation may not be appropriate for the FDR process
THE FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCESS
- What is the Family Dispute Resolution Process?
- Parenting Through Separation course
- Possible outcomes of FDR mediation if agreement is reached
- If agreement is not reached
WHAT HAPPENS IF CIRCUMSTANCES CHANGE AFTER AGREEMENT IS REACHED AT THE FDR MEDIATION?
- When the situation changes
- Where a parent does not follow the agreement