How to Split Your Guardianship and Stay in Your Own Home
If you want to split your guardianship or stay in your own home, you need to know the best way to do it.
Here are some key things you need in order to split guardianship:The following information will help you understand how to split and stay in custody.
The first step in any separation or separation arrangement is to get a solicitor to represent you.
This will ensure you can negotiate your guardianships, and you can then seek legal advice on the best approach to your needs.
Guardianship and Guardianship AgreementsGuardianess and Guardians’ Advice:Guardianesses advice on guardianship is a must, but the first step is to discuss the issue with your guardian.
For example, you can get help from a lawyer.
A guardian may give you information about the situation you are in, including the details of any plans you have made for how to get your life back together.
A guardian may also give you some suggestions for how you can best get back on your feet.
You can then discuss the matter with the person who is being served, if you want, to make sure that the agreement is fair and equitable.
You need to discuss any possible alternatives that could be available to you, including:Moving to a different addressYour guardian can arrange for you to move out of your current home, and your guardian may ask if you would like to move to a new address, if the alternative does not suit you.
If you decide to move, the new address must be a safe place.
A new address will not always be possible for all people, so it is always good to check with the local authorities, as well as with your local police force, to find out if the address is suitable.
If your guardian is not prepared to help you find a new place to live, you may be able to find someone else to live with.
The local authorities will usually have a list of places where you can live, and contact details of those places.
If you are living with your former partner, the local authority will need to confirm that your new partner is living with them.
The person who lives with you must also provide you with a list or vouchers of places to visit, and a letter confirming that the person lives with them and that the new partner lives with the partner.
The letter should also say whether they can stay at the new place, or if they can move elsewhere.
This is a very important step in a separation agreement, so if you have not yet agreed, you should get in touch with your new partners.
Find out more about how to divide guardianship and stay with your partner