Re JW (Child at Home under Care Order) [2023] EWCA Civ 944

family law care proceedings

In this recent decision of the Court of Appeal, The President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane, acknowledged that ‘a difference exists in the approach taken by courts in different regions when determining whether a final care order, supervision order or no order should be made when care proceedings conclude with a plan for the […]

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Nesting Arrangements

A nesting arrangement (sometimes referred to as a “bird’s nest arrangement” or “birdnesting”) is a form of a shared care arrangement in private family law proceedings. In principle, a nesting arrangement involves the children residing at the family home on a full time basis, meanwhile the parents will arrange between themselves a schedule in which […]

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