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11 Jul 14 #439412 by CarlaE
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First, try to obtain PR from mother with her consent and go into a PR Agreement with her. If she doesn''t agree to this, then
Second, you can apply to the court for PR Order.

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11 Jul 14 #439415 by Steen11
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And how do i go about applying to the court for PR ??

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11 Jul 14 #439416 by CarlaE
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Please read this: www.gov.uk/parental-rights-responsibilit...ental-responsibility - the court fee is £215

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12 Jul 14 #439436 by Steen11
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Is there courts costs on top or is this a one off payment??

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12 Jul 14 #439439 by dukey
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If you do it yourself no, if you use a lawyer it would be whatever they charge.

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12 Jul 14 #439446 by Steen11
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So im guessing its as simple as filling in the form & sending to the court?

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12 Jul 14 #439453 by CarlaE
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That is correct, but first ascertain if it would be possible to go into a PR Agreement with your ex. That would be the best and cheapest option.

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