Anthony Vingoe qualified as an advanced member of the Law Society Family Law Panel. He is also a Resolution Accredited Specialist in child law cases.
There are a range of orders that may need to be done during the divorce process all of which we can help you with.
Experts in Child Law
With us great care is taken to work with clients during the divorce process, the welfare of the child is always the top priority. Disputes concerning children during the divorce process can be some of the most challenging issues faced by families and the courts.
Anthony Vingoe will help with the best options for the children. Should court appearence become necessary then a child law specialist will advise on the best options and provide excellent representation and support from start to finish.
It may be necessary to prevent one parent taking a child to a certain place or to prevent a parent from allowing someone else such as a new partner from meeting a child. We are often asked to advise on such issues and have them determined by a court urgently.
Children Arrangements Orders
The Court can be asked to resolve the living arrangements for children. One parent may be seeking an order for children to live with him or her or the other parent seeking to spend time with the children. Where there are concerns over the welfare of children. These cases often require the involvement of what is known as a CAFCASS Officer. Further, they often involve several court hearings and last for many months.
Specific Issue Orders
There may be situations where parents cannot agree on a specific issue such as schooling, religion or medical treatment. The court process in these cases can be much quicker. We can deal with them without delay such issues may need to be settled urgently for the child involved.
Prohibited Steps Orders
We deal with the cases from start to finish and represent you at all court hearings. This means that unlike many solicitors, you do not have to be represented by a barrister at court. We will advise on the process, charges and whether a referral to mediation is appropriate before resorting to the court system.