Another interview with Austin Chessell of Feltons Solicitors where we talk about the new Child Arrangements Programme or “CAP”.
Are you going through a divorce and are struggling to come to a suitable parenting plan that will suit you and your children?
If you so then this interview is definitely for you.
Reaching a good and child-friendly co-parenting plan can be hard but with the Child Arrangement Programme, it’s possible to cope with divorce in a way that will work for you and the children and therefore lowering any negative effects of divorce on children of divorce.
In these interviews, Austin answers questions such as:
In Part 1 of The Child Arrangement Programme:
– What is a Child Arrangement Programme or “CAP”?
– Getting divorced, do we need to apply for a Child Arrangement Programme?
– Who can help me arrange for a Child Arrangement Programme?
– Can I represent myself in court?
– Do we need to go through family mediation or attend a MIAM?
In Part 2 of The Child Arrangement Programme:
– Once the Child Arrangement Programme procedure is underway how many hearing are there? or When will it all be resolved?– Who or what is CAFCASS?
– How can CAFCASS help?
– Do Children have a say in the Child Arrangement Programme?
– I want my time with my child to be reviewed will this happen?
– What is a fact finding hearing?
– What if I get an order and the agreement is not respected by the other parent is there anything I can do?
And much more.