Some fascinating facts about special guardianship orders

24 APR 2007

Gabrielle Jan Posner, 2 Grays Inn Square Chambers. The Court of Appeal has not been short of special guardianship orders cases in recent months. Further down the line in the Family Proceedings Courts, the county courts, the PRFD and the High Court have also been dealing with the issues arising from this area on a regular basis.

Drawing on recent experience and other decided cases the author presents a bullet point guide to special guardianship orders for practitioners, covering many useful facts. The controversial issue of special guardianship support services and financial support is also considered. For the full article see May [2007] Fam Law.

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