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29 Care Proceedings
8. What happens after an interim order is made?
There will be a series of interim hearings, where the court will continue to look at:
At these hearings the court will consider whether or not orders and directions already made should be renewed or changed.
You should keep in close touch with your solicitor about what is likely to happen at the interim hearings. If you think the current arrangements are wrong for your child, you should discuss with your solicitor whether or not to ask the court at an interim hearing to reconsider, for example the arrangements for your child to see members of the family.
The court will also hold a meeting called a Case Management Conference. This the main meeting to decide what evidence it will need for the final hearing, and here it will make directions about, among other things:
If you think any family members would be willing to care for your child, you should discuss this with them, and give their names to your solicitor. It is important that you do this as soon as possible, because they will need to be assessed by social services, and this assessment must be completed for the final hearing.
The leaflets are regularly updated but the law may have changed since they were printed so the information in them may be incorrect or out of date.
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