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Specific Issue Order: This is an order of the court which gives direction to parents about specific aspects of a child’s welfare, where parents cannot agree, such as which school a child will go to.

Residence Order: This is an order of the court which says where a child will live, usually one parent will seek such an order when parents separate.

Prohibited Steps Order: This is an order of the court which prevents a parent of a child from doing something for example taking the child to another country.

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