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For more information see: advice sheet 23: Adoption An adoption order is a court order which makes the child legally part of the adoptive family and legally ends a child’s relationship with their birth family.
It is a permanent order, lasting for the child’s lifetime. For more information see: advice sheet 23: Adoption An advocate is someone who is independent of Children’s Services who can help children, young people, parents and other family members to have a voice when social workers are involved with their family.
Social workers can purchase this service for parents and other family members to help them participate in meetings.
For more information see: advice sheet 10: Advocacy for families in local authority decision-making.Adoption therefore changes a child's legal relationships. The court has the power to order adoption even if the parents don’t agree, if it considers this is best for the child.However a child cannot be placed for adoption unless either the parents (who have parental responsibility) have given their formal consent to this (which must be witnessed by an officer of the court) or the court has made a placement order. For more information see: advice sheet 23: Adoption An adoption agency is either a local authority Children’s Services department or a voluntary adoption agency, which is authorised to do adoption work.Examples of alternative dispute resolution in children’s cases include family mediation and Family Group Conferences.Both of these are services run by trained people, who are independent of everyone else in the case and are not on anyone’s side. Sometimes the judge will stop a case (“adjourn”) to give the parties a chance to try alternative dispute resolution, but the judge cannot make them do this if they don’t want to.