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Specific Issue Order
Dear all, I have received invaluable advice on this forum already.  I was wondering if anyone could answer a quick question?  My ex threatened to relocate my child over 120 miles away.  I went to MIAMS but she declined the invite so I am signed off and ready to apply for a court order.  She now says she is no longer going to move my son but I want to be sure so I wish to apply for the court to make an order for my son to remain in his current primary school and maintain contact with his father for a minimum of 3 days per week.  I assume that I need to tick Child Arrangements Order (contact with father) and Specific Issue Order (stay in school) on the C100 form.  Is that correct?  If applying for 2 orders on the same form is the fee still £215 or do I need to pay £430?  Many thanks in advance if anyone can offer advice.
The fee would still be £215 ..... I believe you can tick both
The opinions here are not that of Separated Dads, but merely a loving father who has been through the process and has come out the other side.
Thanks for the reply. Much appreciated.
Do you already have a CAO in place? If not, then you'll need to tick both boxes.

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