Is it enough for the Court to make an order when a child does not want to see his mum or dad? – Family Law

Posted January 15th, 2019 in children, families, news, residence orders by tracey

‘When we explain the potential stages of private children proceedings to concerned parents, some roll their eyes, sigh, cry and ultimately get frustrated at not only the length of the process and the costs, but also the fact that because the child says he does not want to see one parent, the proceedings don’t come to an automatic halt, according to Rebecca Ranson, solicitor at Maquire Family Law.’

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Family Law, 15th January 2019