Finding the right school for any child can be a decision fraught with tension, even when parents agree. We understand that disputes about a child’s education concern the core of parental responsibility and reflect the kaleidoscope of separated family life, including issues of culture, religion, finances, and simple logistics. We recognise that disputes about schooling can arise both alongside difficult decisions about how a child spends their time with a parent and in isolation, sometimes a long while after initial family separation.
At Harcourt, we have extensive experience of advising clients in this area, as well as helping to translate their concerns about schooling into persuasive legal arguments.
Our barristers are expertly able to navigate the legal, procedural, and emotional aspects of these cases. We will work to ensure that through effective negotiation and advocacy we provide constructive and creative solutions.