We are able to find you a lawyer or barrister to help you with custody issues. You can contact us from the beginning. The first contact point should be your lawyer or barrister.
Our lawyers or barristers will offer you legal advice. The legal advice will guide you to take the correct steps. To achieve custody.
As a parent, you are able to apply for sole custody, joint custody, full custody and shared custody. Contact arrangements may need to be organised due to domestic violence, non-molestation orders, relocation or a new job. The residential parent will have more parental rights initially.
Our family lawyers or family barristers will also be able to offer advice to achieve adoption.
You can apply for custody of your nephew, custody of your niece, custody of your step-son, custody of your step-daughter, custody of your grandchild, custody of your grandson, custody of your granddaughter. It is important you seek legal advice on custody to start proceedings. It could be a need to adopt these children or attain guardianship.
Can you apply for custody online?
It is possible to find all the application forms online to apply for custody. It is important you seek advice from a family law barrister or a family lawyer. The entire proceeding will need to be done accordingly. For an initial conference with advice, the fee is between £200 to £500 + VAT. This initial conference is the first step to proceedings. The lawyer or barrister will provide you with legal advice on custody. Be it, for custody of your nephew, custody of your niece, custody of your step-son, custody of your step-daughter, custody of your grandchild, custody of your grandson, custody of your granddaughter.
Can I apply sole custody, joint custody, full custody and shared custody?
Once you have the initial conference with your lawyer or the initial conference with your barrister. They will be able to give you legal advice on your custody options. The courts will always seek for the child’s best interest. You can apply for sole custody, joint custody, full custody and shared custody but knowing which one is more possible and better for your child or children.
Parents, fathers and mothers have a say in the child’s upbringing, how they are raised & how often they are seen.
If you need advice on custody, adoption, please contact one of our family lawyers. The issues around custody may stem from parents separating, divorce, non-molestation orders, domestic violence, relocation or current contact arrangement. Please contact us, allow one of our specialists find you the lawyer you need.