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Children Act Proceedings

The wellbeing of children in any dispute is of prime importance, and we work to ensure that their rights are protected.

Article 8 of the Human Rights Act entitles every person to the right of respect of their private family life, however, on breakdown of a relationship "family life" often feels unachievable. There may be disagreement on where children should live, whether or when they should see one of the parents or specific issues such as which school they should attend or religion they should practice.

Sometimes separation doesn't only affect parents, other members of the family, such as grandparents, may also have issues over contact with children.

We offer expert advice in the following areas;

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