What is an Interim Supervision Order?
An Interim Supervision Order means that the Local Authority has to assist and befriend the parents of the child. The Local Authority will support the parents in providing good enough parenting.
Would the Local Authority have Parental Responsibility if they issued an Interim Supervision Order?
An Interim Supervision Order does not mean that the Local Authority would share Parental Responsibility with the parents, or with any other person with Parental Responsibility. This means it would not give the Local Authority power to remove the child from the parents care. The role is to support and befriend the parents of the child.
What do I need to do next?
If you are worried that this will happen to you and your child, or it is happening to you, then you must contact us as soon as possible. We can act on your behalf, understanding your situation and working together with Social Services, the Courts and the Local Authority to ensure the best outcome for you and your child.
For further information in relation to Interim Supervision orders please contact the Ringrose Law family team at our offices in Boston, Grantham, Lincoln, Sleaford, Spalding & Newark.