A child arrangements order is a legal order that sets out where a child will live, who they will spend time with, and how they will have contact with each parent after a separation. It helps to provide a clear plan for the child's care and ensures that both parents know their responsibilities and rights.

The main goal of a child arrangements order is to ensure the child's well-being and stability. The court makes decisions based on what is best for the child, considering factors like their safety, emotional needs, and the ability of each parent to care for them. This order helps to reduce conflicts and provides a structured routine for the child.

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