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What the Family Courts expect from Parents

Children - Republic of Ireland

Once the decision has been made to apply for a divorce most people consult a solicitor whilst others opt for a DIY approach. Regardless of which approach is taken spouses seeking a divorce must do so through the Court System.

Given the gravity of the matter at stake and often the fact that there is the welfare of children involved and family assets to be divided the vast majority of people elect to engage the services of an experienced family law solicitor either privately or through the state funded legal aid board.

Dealing with Schools

A guide to dealing with schools for non-resident parents.

It's Not Your Fault

This site offers practical information for children, young people and parents going through a family break-up.  Its aim is to help children and young people to understand what is happening, that it's not their fault and to feel a bit better.


Employment Rights and Opportunities

This is a guide to give parents who live apart impartial advice about employment oppurtunities and your rights.

Grandparents & Contact

A guide to how grandparents can remain involved in their grandchildren's lives following family separation.

This booklet provides advice and information for parents on how to arrange positive contact between parents and children.

Who's looking out for me? (for teens)

Sometimes families have problems that they can't sort out by themselves.

When this happens a court for children and families may be asked to help make important decisions about your life. This might be about who you should live with or who you should see.

The role of the Children and Family Reporter is to help the court decide what is best for you.

Finding what's right for you (for older children)

Sometimes families have problems that they can't sort out by themselves.

When this happens a court for children and families may be asked to help make important decisions about your life. This might be about who you should live with or who you should see.

The role of the Children and Family Reporter is to help the court decide what is best for you.

Here to help (for younger children)

Sometimes families have problems that they can't sort out by themselves.

When this happens a court for children and families may be asked to help make important decisions about your life. This might be about who you should live with or who you should see.

The role of the Children and Family Reporter is to help the court decide what is best for you.

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