Often in circumstances where parents are separated, conflicts between them could arise regarding specific issues relating to parenting. Such conflicts could arise whilst making decisions as to the welfare of the child, decision as to any medical treatment the child should receive, whether they should attend a particular school, relocation or regarding the religion of the child/children. If such a dispute has arisen between you and your former partner, it may be possible for you to make an application to the Court for a Specific Issue Order.
Our specialist family team possesses a wealth of experience in dealing with Specific Issue Orders, and will provide you with comprehensive advice as to the best possible method of resolving a dispute. Our solicitor will strive to achieve an amicable outcome by way of mutual agreement wherever possible, prioritising the best interests of your child/children, however, if this is not possible our solicitors are well experienced in making applications for Specific Issue Orders to the Court.