Specific Order Issue
A Specific Issue Order is an order which deals with a specific question or issue which may arise in connection with a child that the parents or a person with Parental Responsibility are unable to agree on.
In our experience a Specific Issue Order is often used to decide:
- which school a child should attend
- whether a child should have a particular operation or course of treatment
- which religion the child should follow
What will the court consider ?
When a court is considering whether to make a Specific Issue Order it will take into consideration the following factors :-
- What is in the childs best interests
- The wishes and feelings of the child
- The effect on the child of any change in their circumstances
- Any harm the child has suffered or is at risk of suffering
- The child's, physical, emotional and educational needs
At Paul Ireland Solicitors we have many years of experience in dealing with ALL aspects of Children's Law. We can provide you with the expert advice that you need.