When it comes to the results of your case the Courts’ can issue a series of orders. If you have received one of the below Court Orders then we will be able to advise you on the next best course of action, if one is available.
The court can make a range of orders including:
- A Care Order is an order that makes the local authority responsible for the child.
- A Supervision Order is an order allowing the local authority to supervise, advise, assist and befriend the child.
- A Placement Order is an order authorising a local authority to place a child for adoption with prospective adopters.
- A Special Guardianship Order is an order appointing one or more individuals to be a child’s special guardian which preserves the legal link between the child and their birth family.
- An Adoption Order is an order to give parental responsibility for a child to be the adoptor and permanently severs ties between a child and the birth parent.
- If the children are removed from their family, contact issues will also be dealt with and negotiated on your behalf.