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Guidance on drafting children orders now available on the Hub

Content drawn from the Standard Family Orders Handbook: Volume 2

  • Practical help on drafting children orders using the recently approved standard templates is now available for paid members on the Family Law Hub.

    The guidance is adapted from that available in the Volume 2 of the Standard Family Orders Handbook, edited by HHJ Edward Hess, HHJ Martin Dancey and Edward Devereux QC. 

    To access this content 

    1. click the Browse Content button above
    2. then select Orders. You will see a list of all the orders available on the site (including the finance and enforcement orders published last year)
    3. log in as a paid member and you will be able to read the guidance and download the order as a Word document
    A sample order with the accompanying guidance notes - Order 13.2 - Abduction - Disclosure Order can be viewed free here.

    If you want to know more about joining (from £195 a year for a single user) call Lisa at Class Legal on 01652 652222. 

    The book itself is available from Class Legal - read more on the Class Legal website.

News, published: 11/09/2018


Published: 11/09/2018


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