Collection

Children Act forms

Standard directions forms under the Children Act.

Documents

  1. Case Management Information Sheet
  2. Form C1: Apply for certain orders under the Children Act 1989
  3. Form C1A: Provide supplemental information when making or responding to allegations of harm and domestic violence
  4. Form C2: Make an application in existing court proceedings relating to children
  5. Form C3: Application for an order authorising search for taking charge of and delivery of a child
  6. Form C4: Ask the court to order someone to give information about where a child is
  7. Form C5: Application concerning the registration of a child-minder or provider of day-care
  8. Form C7: Respond to a court application about a child
  9. Form C8: Apply to keep your contact details confidential from other parties in family proceedings
  10. Form C9: Statement of service
  11. Form C12: Supplement for an application for a Warrant to assist a person authorised by an Emergency Protection Order
  12. Form C13: Supplement for an application for a Care or Supervision Order
  13. Form C13A: Provide a statement in support of your application for a special guardianship order
  14. Form C14: Supplement for an application for authority to refuse contact with a child in care
  15. Form C15: Supplement for an application for contact with a child in care
  16. Form C16: Supplement for an application for a Child Assessment Order
  17. Form C17: Supplement for an application for an Education Supervision Order
  18. Form C17A: Supplement for an application for an extension of an Education Supervision Order
  19. Form C18: Supplement for an application for a Recovery Order
  20. Form C19: Application for a warrant of Assistance
  21. Form C20: Supplement for an application for an order to hold a child in Secure Accommodation
  22. Form C23: Emergency Protection Order (Section 44 Children Act 1989)
  23. Form C51: Application for a Parental Order (Section 54 Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008)
  24. Form C52: Acknowledgment (Section 54 Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008)
  25. Form C60: Concerning judgments on parental responsibility
  26. Form C61: Certificate referred to in Article 41(1) of Council Regulation (EC) No. 2201/2003 of 27 November 2003(1) concerning judgments on rights of access
  27. Form C62: Certificate referred to in Article 42(1) of Council Regulation (EC) No. 2201/2003 of 27 November 2003(1) concerning the return of the child
  28. Form C63: Apply for a declaration about whether a named person is the parent of another named person
  29. Form C64: Application for declaration of legitimacy or legitimation under section 56(1)(b) and (2) of the Family Law Act 1986
  30. Form C65: Application for declaration as to adoption elected overseas under section 57 of the Family Law Act 1986
  31. Form C66: Application for an order under the High Court inherent jurisdiction in relation to children
  32. Form C67: Application under the Child Abduction and Custody Act 1985 or Article 11 of Council Regulation (EC) 2201/2003
  33. Form C68: Application for international transfer of jurisdiction to or from England and Wales
  34. Form C69: Application for registration, recognition or non recognition of a judgment under Council Regulation (EC) 2201/2003 or the 1996 Hague Convention
  35. Form C78: Application for attachment of a warning notice to a child arrangements order
  36. Form C79: Apply to the court to enforce a child arrangements order
  37. Form C100: Apply for a court order to make arrangements for a child or resolve a dispute about their upbringing
  38. Form C120: Witness Statement template - Child arrangements - Parental dispute
  39. Form C(PRA1): Ask the court to witness your parental responsibility agreement
  40. Form C(PRA2): Ask the court to witness your step-parent parental responsibility agreement
  41. Form C(PRA3): Parental Responsibility Agreement. Section 4ZA Children Act 1989 (Acquisition of parental responsibility by second female parent)
  42. Form PLP10: Order menu - Directions revised private law programme
Published 21 March 2018