COVID-19 Briefing: Child Contact During the Coronavirus Lockdown

COVID-19 Child Contact

This guide has been prepared on 30 March 2020.

New laws are being introduced and current legislation is regularly being updated. Although every effort has been made to ensure that information contained in this sheet is accurate, it may no longer be current at the time of reading. We strongly recommend consulting with a lawyer about your specific circumstances.

Please click the image above or download the guide here for information on:

  • What the lockdown means for separated parents
  • Maintaining child contact
  • What to do if you suspect an infection at either household
  • Working together in the best interests of your children
  • Where to find more information

Contact Daniel Sims for further information about any topic covered in this guide or for other family law related issues.

See our other COVID-19 Briefings:

Coronavirus, Employment Law and Your Rights
Commercial Tenancies and Rights of Forfeiture
The Three Month Ban on Evicting Tenants
Making a Will Under Lockdown
Debt Recovery Under Lockdown
Commercial LPAs – Risk Management in Uncertain Times