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One Hundred Thousand Children Involved In New Family Court Applications In The Past Year

According to UK Ministry of Justice figures, more than 98,000 children were involved in new family court applications in the past year, but with previous government statistics lacking confidence, this is probably somewhat higher and in the 100,000 plus range. … Continue reading

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Do fathers no longer have ANY rights at all?

Fathers denied legal rights to see their children after a break-up. Grandparents dismissed as causing ‘damage’ to their grandchildren when they ‘interfere’ in divorces. The reforms to family law proposed by the Government’s adviser on families reads like some poisonous … Continue reading

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Children Become The Arbiters In Family Law Cases

More and more it would appear Courts are allowing children to determine if their relationship with a parent continues or the extent of that relationship, children are the arbiters in many contact and residence cases. Judges and CAFCASS will at … Continue reading

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