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Prohibited steps order

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Prohibited Steps Order

A court order known as a "prohibited steps order" is intended to stop someone — most likely a parent — from acting in a particular way or carrying out specific parental responsibilities without the approval of the other parent or the court.

These are used when a parent fears that a person with parental authority over their child will decide something about them without getting the other's permission.

They are usually considered emergency orders. Learn more about them here:


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