Child support and Custody When a relationship breaks down, children are almost always caught in the middle. Going through a divorce in itself is never easy and when children are involved it can be a much tougher process. Our Courts have an array of powers at its disposal and can make different orders covering: • Regulating residence (where and with whom a child lives) • Contact (when and how a child will spend time with the non-resident parent) • Specific issues (determining a specific issue such as education) • Financial arrangements for your children which may include matters such as child maintenance • Prohibited steps (stopping taking a child away from a particular school, area, or jurisdiction)
Here at A.R. E Law we’ll sift through the legal jargon to assist you through the process of obtaining a Child Custody and Support Order to ensure you’re happy with the final arrangements made. Please contact us for a free, no-commitment consultation to give you the opportunity to meet us and receive advice regarding your circumstances.
Schedule a free no-obligation consultation to discuss your case.