It is not widely known that It is possible separate and specific financial claims to be made to meet the financial needs of children. This can happen whether or not the parents were married to each other and could follow, for example, a child born to a short relationship, or a situation where one parent is unwilling to make financial provision for a child despite being able to do so. Where necessary, a parent can make an application under Schedule 1 Children Act 1989. Those applications can provide for a housing fund for the child and other lump sums relevant to a child’s upbringing to include motor vehicles, school fees and anything else that may be applicable to a child’s upbringing.
We have are specialists in this area of law and are happy to talk to you about the service that we can give whether you are thinking of bringing a claim, or are resisting one.
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