Noble Harbour Solicitors

Noble Harbour Solicitors


Issues concerning children can prove to be difficult and stressful for the parties involved. A co-operative and sensitive approach to such issues is essential. Parents should always consider the merits of resolving issues surrounding the care arrangements for children by mediation or negotiation. There is considerable research that supports such an approach in appropriate cases. If parents can reach an amicable agreement over arrangements for the children's residence and contact with the absent parent the risk of harm to their children is significantly reduced.

Noble Harbour are able to advise on the following areas:

When dealing with any application regarding a child the court will have regard to the principles set out in the children Act 1989. The welfare principle applies, namely the welfare of the child is the Court's paramount consideration. Any decision made by the court, will be on the basis of what the court considers to be in the best interest of the chid.

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