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who is the primary carer?
who mostly looks after the child?
Let me see if I can help and please rate 5 stars. The child would usually stay with both of you at different times if that is close to the arrangement that you have at the moment - on a shared care arrangement. The court's priority is to see that the child is being well cared for and that there are no safeguarding concerns. As such something similar to the current arrangement would be what the could would be looking for. I have attached a link to a great book which explains the court process - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Represent-Yourself-Family-Court-understanding/dp/147211910X
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Well if she is breaching the advice of the doctor you could apply to the court for a child arrangements order to either (a) ensure that she takes the medication or (b) for the child to live with you and have contact with mother. The key from the court's perspective is to ensure that there are no safeguarding concerns - if the medication is not being taken then that is a safeguarding concern. Again, the book should help. Please rate 5 stars.