How does a Prohibited Steps Order work?

A Prohibited Steps Order (PSO) is a court order that prevents a specific action from being taken concerning a child without the court’s permission.

Some common reasons for a PSO include:

Preventing a parent from relocating with a child to a different city or country without permission.

Changing a child’s name.

Restricting contact between a child and a person who may pose a risk.

Prohibiting a parent from taking a child out of the country without consent

Restricting a parent from making certain medical decisions for a child.

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