Specialist family law solicitors in Cumbria..
What is a disclosure order?
An order for disclosure under section 33 of the Family Law Act 1986 requires any person who the court has reason to believe may have information relevant to where a child is, to disclose that information to the court. In addition, the court can order relevant government departments to provide information as to where a missing child might be, e.g. The Department of Social Security, NHS Central Register, The Passport Office and the MOD.
How we can help?
e can assist you in preparing the application, represent you at court and corresponding with any relevant persons or agencies. We charge a fixed fee of £400 plus VAT (£80) plus court fees (£200), total £680. This covers the preparation of the application and all work up to and including representation at the first court appointment and reporting back to you after the relevant searches have been completed.
Need further advice?
f you need more detailed advice about applying for a disclosure order call us on (01228) 829530 to arrange an initial consultation or request a free call back.