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Ask the court to witness your parental responsibility agreement: Form C(PRA1)

Parents can use this form to record an agreement that the biological father should be granted parental responsibility for the child.

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Parental responsibility agreement: C(PRA1)

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Cytundeb cyfrifoldeb rhieni: C(PRA1)

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Making this agreement will affect the legal position of the mother and father. You should both seek legal advice before you make the agreement.

Find out more about parental responsibility.

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Published 1 August 2014
Last updated 14 February 2024 + show all updates
  1. Added information about the original certificates that you need to send to the Central Family Court.

  2. First published.