Form

Form C100: Apply for a court order to make arrangements for a child or resolve a dispute about their upbringing

Apply for a 'child arrangements', 'prohibited steps' or 'specific issue' order under the Children Act 1989.

Documents

Application under the Children Act 1989 for a child arrangements, prohibited steps, specific issue section 8 order or to vary or discharge a section 8 order

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If the child lives in Guildford, Milton Keynes, Reading, Slough or Watford, you might be able to apply online.

You can also get help with child arrangements online.

You can also use this form to apply to vary or discharge any of these orders. Some people need permission from the court to make an application for an order. You can apply for permission by completing the relevant section of the form.

Before you apply, you are legally required to attend a meeting about mediation and other ways of resolving your dispute without going to court, except in certain cases (for example, if there is evidence of domestic abuse).

Find out more about child arrangements.

Send your application to the designated family centre for your area. Use the court finder to find your closest centre.

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Published 1 January 2018