Specific Issue Order
Rather like a Prohibited Steps Order, this is an order by the court interfering with the exercise of parental responsibility by particular parent.
This often arises during proceedings for a Child Arrangement Order and examples of include orders:
- preventing a parent from leaving a child with an unsuitable carer
- preventing a parent from taking a child to an inappropriate place
- directing medical treatment.
A court can make an order of it’s own volition, especially in circumstances where the court feels that a parent will take a course of action without the other’s consent.
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