You can’t be with your children 24/7, so what happens when other people are looking after them? And what rights have you to take decisions about someone else’s child who happens to be with you?
A recent English case has highlighted the importance of families obtaining proper legal advice when considering surrogacy arrangements.
There are special rules when it comes to changing the name of a child’s birth certificate. We discuss how the courts view this issue.
Grandparents have no Automatic Parental Responsibilities and Rights at all, and this comes as a surprise to some, however they can ask the court for an order for parental responsibilities and rights.