What will happen after the family court hearing
Lots of different things are possible. Everyone will try to make it possible for you to stay at home safely, but sometimes children go to live somewhere new, as we have said earlier on this page.
If you have brothers and sisters, everyone will try to make sure you can all stay together. Sometimes, this is not possible though. You should let your social worker and your Cafcass Guardian know if you are worried about seeing your brothers and sisters.
Even if you are no longer living with your parents, you might still be able to see them. The court can decide how often you should see your parents and where you should see them. This might be where you live, or it might be at another place.
It is really important to know that sometimes the court will decide that it is not good for you to see your parents. This could be because they are worried that they might hurt or upset you.