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A court order records an official judgment or way forward, as agreed by a Judge. A court order can be final (at the end of a hearing) or interim (which is in place until a final order can be made). What is in the order depends on the case presented to the judge and what evidence is necessary for just determination of the particular case.
If you’ve had a care order made following court proceedings that has led to your child/ren being placed in the care of the local authority, you may have since taken steps to change your circumstances.
In its simplest terms, a prohibited steps order is a legally binding order prohibiting someone from exercising some elements of their parental responsibility.
Our Family and Care departments comprise of Law Society Accredited Solicitors who are well supported by a team of Trainee Solicitors, Paralegals and Caseworkers.
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