News Items Tagged child arrangements

Child arrangements disputes about habitual residence

Posted 1 month ago

Child arrangements disputes about habitual residence can be very difficult to understand and may need to be tested by a senior judge according to Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss but a recent case authority may help your solicitor advise you...

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How to stop interference in contact arrangements with a child

Posted 5 months ago

How to stop interference in contact arrangements with a child can cover a few situations parents may confront according to Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss.  How to stop interference in contact arrangements with a child could be due to a...

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Christmas contact with your children, how many sleepless nights to go?

Posted 5 months ago

Christmas contact with your children- how many sleepless nights to go? Christmas is an exciting and happy time but for some families it can be a stressful time. Separated parents can disagree about which parent should have the children to...

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Domestic abuse issues in child arrangements cases

Posted 6 months ago

Domestic abuse issues in child arrangements cases have been considered last month on appeal from a refusal to re-open the courts previous refusal to make findings of fact, according to Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss. Domestic abuse issues in child...

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How does the family court distribute child cases

Posted 6 months ago

How does the family court distribute child cases may be a puzzle to parents seeking to sort out child arrangements with the other parent. Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss have 26 years experience of conducting children cases and recommend a...

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Child maintenance and shared care arrangement

Posted 9 months ago

Child maintenance and shared care arrangement after parents separate has been the subject of a successful appeal by a father assessed by the child support agency (now cmac) to be liable. The appeal deals with the correct interpretation of regulation...

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Court approach to child case if violence

Posted 9 months ago

Court approach to child case if violence has been alleged is the subject of recent joint research by Womens Aid and Cafcass and the statistics it creates are raise doubts about current  practice in child arrangements cases according to Cheshire solicitors Stonehewer...

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The pains of separation and child arrangements

Posted 9 months ago

The pains of separation and child arrangements have been starkly described in the court case detailed below, according to Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss. The case involved a dispute after divorce about “contact” between a child and her father. Unfortunately...

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