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Boyd Carter Solicitors & Mediators are specialists in child care proceedings, social services and PLO meetings, emergency protection proceedings, child arrangement & emergency orders, special guardianship & adoption orders, co-habitation disputes, children scheme arbitration, family mediation, fixed fee divorce, pre & post-nuptial agreements & financial settlements.

We are Lexcel accredited and authorised by the SRA. Our lawyers are members of Resolution, an organisation committed to a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters. We are also specialist civil & commercial mediators & arbitrators who can help in the swift, cost-effective and impartial resolution of all of your personal and business disputes.

We can also mediate or arbitrate to help you resolve any disputes about your pets on relationship breakdown. Boyd Carter Solicitors & Mediators are Lexcel accredited and authorised by the SRA.

Boyd Carter Solicitors & Mediators is Lexcel accredited. The Lexcel practice management standard is only awarded to solicitors who meet the high management and customer care standards. Lexcel accredited practices undergo rigorous independent assessment every year to ensure they meet required standards of excellence in areas such as client care, case

Boyd Carter Solicitors & Mediators are specialists in child care proceedings, social services & PLO meetings and emergency protection proceedings. Please contact Boyd on or by telephone on 01376 555000 if you have received a letter informing you of a PLO meeting or if you have received court papers from your local authority starting

Before sending a 'letter before proceedings' the Local Authority social services department may invite you to a meeting to consider if your children should be made subject to a Child Protection Plan or a Child in Need Plan. You should always attend those meetings but before the meeting takes place you should seek advice from a solicitor who is experienced

The Public Law Outline ('PLO') pre-proceedings meeting is NOT just another meeting with children's services or a social worker. It's a really important part of the process the local authority uses to decide whether or not to go to court about your child. The aim of the PLO meeting is to discuss what you can do to look after your child better and what

Urgent access to the child is required by the Local Authority for the purposes of conducting statutory enquiries under the Children Act 1989 and that access is being unreasonably refused to a person authorised to seek such access. The child's welfare is the Court's paramount consideration in deciding whether an EPO should be made and the Court must

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