Inverness 01463 221727 | Dingwall 01349 866777 | Aviemore 01479 788688

Inverness 01463 221727

Dingwall 01349 866777

Aviemore 01479 788688

Child Law

For many years Munro & Noble have advised clients in matters of child and family law and have a strong team in place to support you. Mary Nimmo is regularly appointed by the Sheriff as Court Reporters to make recommendations to the Courts regarding child related matters. In addition, she is regularly appointed as Curator ad Litem to protect and safeguard a child’s interests by the court and the Children’s Hearing.

Child law can be a distressing and upsetting area of the law. Munro & Noble have solicitors on hand who can draw on years of experience and expertise to assist with all child related matters. We can provide advice in connection with adoptions, permanence orders  as well as in relation to contact, residence and parental rights and responsibilities

Relocation cases centre around proposals to change a child’s geographical place of residence. This can mean a change within the UK and it is particularly relevant in the Highlands & Islands given our geography. We are here to advise you as to the law in Scotland, whilst always being mindful of the best interest of your child or children. If you reasonably fear your child is going to be removed, it is essential you act quickly. Here at Munro and Noble we can give advice on how to prevent your child’s removal. If your child has been removed from the country without your consent this can amount to International Child Abduction. Our solicitors can give you urgent advice as to the remedies available to you and ask the Courts for the urgent and safe return of your child or children.

Click on the link to download a PDF leaflet on Child Law

Mary Nimmo | PartnerMary heads up our Court Department and advises clients in Litigation matters in both the Sheriff Courts and the Court of Session. In particular she deals with Civil Court matters, personal injury and medical negligence cases along with an extensive range of other issues, including family law.
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