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legal advice on a prohibited steps order 

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A prohibited steps order is an order which can prevent a person with parental responsibility from taking certain steps or making certain unilateral decisions in relation to a child.

What can a Prohibited Steps Order prevent?
Prohibited steps orders can be used to prevent a person with parental responsibility from taking a number of steps relating to a child including but not limited to: –

  • Taking your child from the care of someone else with parental responsibility;
  • Changing your child’s name;
  • Changing your child’s school;
  • Allowing your child to have contact with a particular person;
  • Relocating with your child either internally i.e. to a different part of the country or externally i.e. abroad;
  • Deciding that your child should follow a particular religion; and
  • Deciding that your child should receive a particular type of medical treatment which you don’t agree with if they are ill.

Contact Our family Law Team

 

Laura Clapton- Family Solicitor & Family Mediator
Tel: 0113 887 4672
Mobile: 07860 23 2975
laura@consilialegal.co.uk

Free Initial Discussion

At Consilia Legal our Family Law team are highly experienced in dealing with all family legal matters including Prohibited Steps Orders. If you would like to have a confidential free initial discussion surrounding this family matter please contact our family law team on 0113 322 9222 or enquiries@consilialegal.co.uk

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