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Coronavirus and Child Arrangement Orders

During the Pandemic, some separated parents have been understandably concerned about their ability to comply with the terms of Coronavirus and Child Arrangement Orders.

This short blog is intended to provide general advice regarding this issue. However each family’s circumstances differ. Therefore you should seek advice from a Family Lawyer regarding your position.

Points to note

The key message that has been confirmed by the Family Court is that ‘where Coronavirus restrictions cause the letter of a Court Order to be varied, the spirit of the Order should nevertheless be delivered by making safe alternative arrangements for the child’.

Get in touch

In view of the fact all of your circumstances are different, it is always important to seek advice from an experienced family law specialist to discuss your circumstances and consider the different options available to you.

If you wish to speak to any of the family law team about the subject of Coronavirus and Child Arrangement Orders , or anything related to this, then please get in touch. Either call on 01323 727321 to arrange an appointment  or please fill in the form below and someone will get in touch.

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Whilst we navigate through these unprecedented times, Hart Reade Solicitors is still very much open for business. Therefore, if you have any questions or concerns regarding the arrangements for your children, please contact us to make an appointment with one of our family law team.

All of our family law solicitors are members of Resolution, which means we are committed to resolving matters by agreement and in a non-confrontational manner. We can provide you with a wealth of information, advice and support to assist you during what can be a difficult time. 

Please note that this article does not constitute legal advice. You should always speak to a legal professional to discuss your circumstances and consider your options.