Making child arrangements

Nov Research:

What judges and magistrates consider

They’ll always put the welfare of children first. They will think about the:

  • child’s wishes and feelings
  • child’s physical, emotional and educational needs
  • effect any changes may have on the child
  • child’s age, gender, characteristics and background
  • possible risk of harm to the child
  • ability of parents to meet the child’s needs
  • orders the court has the power to make

A judge or magistrate will only make an order if they think it’s in the child’s best interests.

 

https://www.gov.uk/looking-after-children-divorce/change-or-enforce-an-order

My Question – what can we learn from our previous attempts of reconciliation which eventually led to us being able to work well as a team for the good of the children…..?

 

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