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The Rights Of Children In The UK Still Being Ignored

Despite repeated campaigns and protests by numerous organisations across the UK, the rights of children are still being ignored by government, CAFCASS and judges, allowing parental alienation to occur, without punishment for the abusing parent, typically the mother. There is … Continue reading

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Third of family break-up children lose contact with fathers in ‘failing’ court system, poll

Tens of thousands of children a year are losing contact with their fathers because of “failing” family court system and disastrous custody arrangements, a study has found. 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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President of the Family Division Says Courts Are Not Best Suited To Resolving Conflicts Over Child Contact

President of the Family Division says that the traditional adversarial system in British courts compels separated parents to argue against each other when trying to arrange contact with their children. Children are often used as ‘the battlefield and the ammunition’ after separation Continue reading

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CAFCASS’ Parenting Information Programme

Well done for CAFCASS for finally listening and doing something worthwhile towards resolving disputes, but of course much more had to be done, like acknowledging Parental Alienation and recording breaches of contact orders as child abuse. Continue reading

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