Children and Divorce – Child Arrangement Programme

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Austin Chessell www.thedivorcemagazine.co.uk
Austin Chessell
Family Mediator and

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.

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