UK Family Law
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Thank you for your question. The court when considering the issue of residence (it is now called a child arrangement order) will look at the welfare the checklist as set out within the Children Act 1989. If he is saying that the child should live with him and you can show to the court that he is about to become homeless then this would be a very strong point against the making of an order in his favour.
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You would need to make an application to the court on a form C2 - raise this concern and seek that the father provides this information to the court together with his witness evidence; but you would need a firm basis for your view. You can go to credit rating companies online for this information - but it is often more uptodate if he can provide by court order the information.
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