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Common family law questions Bristol

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When we talk about family law in the UK, it is not limited simply to divorce proceedings and other related processes. The fact of the matter is that divorce is just one of the many topics included under the blanket coverage of UK family law. In this article, we will discuss some common family law questions that often get asked by people looking for a family law solicitor.

Does A Family Law Problem Always Need To Go To Court?

This is one of the most common family law questions and fortunately, there is a straightforward answer to this. The answer is “no.” In fact, it is really quite the opposite. Even though this in particular is one of the most common family law questions, it is probably based upon misinformation. The fact of the matter is that family law solicitors will always endeavour to avoid having to make their clients go to court – and if possible, to secure a situation wherein even court attendance for the resolution of a legal problem will not be necessary.

There is such a thing called “alternative dispute resolution,” which, when put in layman’s terms simply means using every other legal alternative in order to avoid litigation or going to court. Fortunately, in the field of UK family law, there are several methods of alternative dispute resolution.

Common family law questions – What Is Mediation?

Having mentioned ADR previously, another of the most common family law questions is in relation to a type of alternative dispute resolution called mediation. In a mediation proceeding, both parties who are involved in a legal dispute voluntarily seek out the services of an independent third-party called a “mediator” in order to help them resolve their legal problem. Family Law Solicitors often have close connections with mediators or offer mediation services themselves.

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Common family law questions – What If My Partner Tries To Take My Child Abroad?

There is a real danger that your child could be taken away from you permanently and outside of the jurisdiction of the UK. If you fear that this might happen, then you need to take action fast and seek out the services of a qualified family law solicitor. The action that needs to be taken is to apply for a court order as soon as possible in order to prevent your partner from taking your child away without your consent.

What If My Children Have A Guardian Who Is Acting Against Their Wishes?

We end this article with a not so common family law questions.

This can become a complex legal situation. It will depend on a variety of factors such as the age of your children as well as whether or not you may be seen as manipulating them into any particular decisions. If you feel that strongly that your children’s guardian is not acting in their best interests, then it is up to your children to seek out aid on their own. Give them information about the National Youth Advisory Services and how this organization may be able to help them out with their situation. It is essential that you do not take any further action than this as you could be viewed as attempting to influence their decisions, which will only make matters worse.

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