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LawAndParents offers a comprehensive information source for parents wishing to learn about their legal responsibilities and their rights in relation to their children.

Being a parent can be very hard at times but is undoubtedly also very rewarding. Coupled with this the law provides many rights, responsibilities and protections for children, and parents can often find themselves confused as to what the state requires. With provisions such as parenting contracts, ASBOs (Anti Social Behaviour Orders) and ABCs (Acceptable Behaviour Contracts) there are now more legislative provisions than ever before.

LawAndParents explains the boundaries of acceptable children's behaviour and the law relating to education, school attendance and home schooling. There is also a section on child protection including information on parental responsibility, custodianship orders and disqualification orders -which prevent certain classes of people from working with children.

In terms of custody and guardianship this site contains a wealth of information about parents' rights in relation to adoption of children, surrogacy, maintenance payments and family court proceedings.

We really want to help spread the word and if you can help by linking to LawAndParents then we really appreciate your help.

For a short text based link you could simply cut and paste the following code into your page:

It will appear on your page looking something like:

LawAndParents.co.uk - your rights and responsibilites as a parent

Or alternatively:

Which will appear looking like:

LawAndParents.co.uk:

LawAndParents offers a comprehensive information source for parents wishing to learn about their legal responsibilities and their rights in relation to their children.

Being a parent can be very hard at times but is undoubtedly also very rewarding. Coupled with this the law provides many rights, responsibilities and protections for children, and parents can often find themselves confused as to what the state requires. With provisions such as parenting contracts, ASBOs (Anti Social Behaviour Orders) and ABCs (Acceptable Behaviour Contracts) there are now more legislative provisions than ever before.

LawAndParents explains the boundaries of acceptable children's behaviour and the law relating to education, school attendance and home schooling. There is also a section on child protection including information on parental responsibility, custodianship orders and disqualification orders -which prevent certain classes of people from working with children.

In terms of custody and guardianship this site contains a wealth of information about parents' rights in relation to adoption of children, surrogacy, maintenance payments and family court proceedings.

If you have any questions please let us know.

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