How Long Can an Interim Care Order Last?

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An interim care order can be granted by local courts and would last for 8 weeks since the date of issuance. A parent can file for an extension of another 28 days after the initial order has expired. To know more about child welfare and care orders, visit: http://www.fassit.co.uk/pdf/Care%20Proceedings%20Brochure.pdf
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The interim custody order can last anywhere from several weeks to several years. Generally, it will stay in effect until you and your spouse reach a final agreement about custody
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This depends on the exact terms of the order. It can -stipulate that treatment is not provided or alternatively that treatment is not withdrawn until the matter is heard by the court
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Until you are eighteen years old, unless someone asks the court to discharge the Care Order before then.
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