/ In this package, our legal experts have addressed the following questions:

  • What is a Parental Responsibility ("PR")?
  • What are the decisions that have to be made in consultation with all holders of PR?
  • What can a babysitter do without your consent in case of emergency?
  • Who has parental responsibility?
  • Can a child have two female parents and who will have the PR in such case?
  • You are a step-parent, how can you acquire PR?
  • What happens when those with PR cannot agree?
  • How can you make a court application in the case of disagreement on an important decision regarding your child with the other person with PR?
  • Can you appoint a guardian for your child in the event of your death?
  • What is a parenting agreement after separation?
  • How can you come up with a parenting agreement?
  • What other resources exist to help you parent after separation?
  • What to do if you cannot agree how your child should spend their time?
  • If you cannot agree after mediation, or you are not able to mediate with your ex-partner, then you will have to apply for a Child Arrangements Order.
  • Can the court regulate your child's living arrangements: What are Child Arrangement Orders (CAO)?
  • How do Child Arrangement Orders (CAO) work? What kinds of CAO can a court issue?
  • When can you apply for a Child Arrangements Order (CAO): When will a court in England and Wales have jurisdiction to make a CAO?
  • What are the benefits of being named as a person a child will live with in a child arrangements order?
  • Your former partner and you can't agree when your child should spend time or otherwise have contact with you, what can you do?
  • Should you apply for a Child Arrangement Order ('CAO') if you agree with your former partner on where and with whom your child will live, whether contact should occur with the non-resident parent and the level of contact?
  • How can you make a court application for a Child Arrangements Order ('CAO') if you disagree with your former partner on where and with whom your child will live, whether contact should occur with the non-resident parent or the level of contact?
  • Do you need a permission to leave the country with your child after separation from the other parent either on holiday or permanently?
  • What does "abduction" mean?
  • Your ex-partner has removed your child from the jurisdiction of England and Wales without your permission, what can you do?
  • Who is 'a child' for the purpose of defining whether permission to leave the country from the other person with parental responsibility is required?
  • If the other person with parental responsibility will not consent to your travelling with your child outside of England and Wales, how will the court decide whether to grant your request?
  • You would like to get permission for your child to travel with you outside of England and Wales. How can you issue a court application, what procedure will the court follow and how long will the court proceedings last?
  • What can you do if your ex-partner abducts your child?
  • What are the formalities and practicalities required to travel with your child abroad with the consent of the other person with parental responsibility?
* Based on a £300 average hourly rate for solicitors across the country.
  • What is a Parental Responsibility ("PR")?
  • What are the decisions that have to be made in consultation with all holders of PR?
  • What can a babysitter do without your consent in case of emergency?
  • Who has parental responsibility?
  • Can a child have two female parents and who will have the PR in such case?
  • You are a step-parent, how can you acquire PR?
  • What happens when those with PR cannot agree?
  • How can you make a court application in the case of disagreement on an important decision regarding your child with the other person with PR?
  • Can you appoint a guardian for your child in the event of your death?
  • What is a parenting agreement after separation?
  • How can you come up with a parenting agreement?
  • What other resources exist to help you parent after separation?
  • What to do if you cannot agree how your child should spend their time?
  • If you cannot agree after mediation, or you are not able to mediate with your ex-partner, then you will have to apply for a Child Arrangements Order.
  • Can the court regulate your child's living arrangements: What are Child Arrangement Orders (CAO)?
  • How do Child Arrangement Orders (CAO) work? What kinds of CAO can a court issue?
  • When can you apply for a Child Arrangements Order (CAO): When will a court in England and Wales have jurisdiction to make a CAO?
  • What are the benefits of being named as a person a child will live with in a child arrangements order?
  • Your former partner and you can't agree when your child should spend time or otherwise have contact with you, what can you do?
  • Should you apply for a Child Arrangement Order ('CAO') if you agree with your former partner on where and with whom your child will live, whether contact should occur with the non-resident parent and the level of contact?
  • How can you make a court application for a Child Arrangements Order ('CAO') if you disagree with your former partner on where and with whom your child will live, whether contact should occur with the non-resident parent or the level of contact?
  • Do you need a permission to leave the country with your child after separation from the other parent either on holiday or permanently?
  • What does "abduction" mean?
  • Your ex-partner has removed your child from the jurisdiction of England and Wales without your permission, what can you do?
  • Who is 'a child' for the purpose of defining whether permission to leave the country from the other person with parental responsibility is required?
  • If the other person with parental responsibility will not consent to your travelling with your child outside of England and Wales, how will the court decide whether to grant your request?
  • You would like to get permission for your child to travel with you outside of England and Wales. How can you issue a court application, what procedure will the court follow and how long will the court proceedings last?
  • What can you do if your ex-partner abducts your child?
  • What are the formalities and practicalities required to travel with your child abroad with the consent of the other person with parental responsibility?
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