Parents & Guardians
Whilst it may be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling things you can do, being a parent or guardian is, at times, challenging.
Whether you’re looking to care for a child, need guidance on keeping in contact with a child who may currently be in care or living with another family member, or are seeking advice on parental responsibility, our honest approach means that you will get the advice you need.
In many circumstances, the parental figure in a child’s life may be a grandparent, aunt or uncle, cousin or even a close friend. At Bromleys we understand that these relationships are equally important, and that’s why we provide clear legal advice to all parents, guardians and family members, and friends in varying circumstances.
We can help you with the following;
- Support as a non-parent carer
- Rights of family members such as Grandparents’ rights
- Parental responsibility
- Contact with a child
- Special Guardianship
- Fostering as a connected person