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Can I just as a grandparent return to court and enforce the

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Can I just as a grandparent return to court and enforce the order at my exspence or does my son have to as the order is for him he is almost giving up as we just seem to be going backwards with it all
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  ukfamilysolicitor replied 1 year ago.
Hello
Thank you for your question.
If the court order is for the benefit of your son then he is the one that needs to make the application to the court to enforce the order.
There is of course - nothing to prevent you financially supporting your son from returning matters to court. It is often the position that other family members will help.
You could also make your own application to the court for a child arrangement order to spend time with your grandchild although in reality if the mother is ignoring your sons order then it would appear sensible to seek to enforce his order.
Kind Regards
Caroline
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