Deprivation of liberty involving children: Re A-F (Children)  EWHC 138 (Fam) and Re A-F (Children) (No.2)  EWHC 2129 (Fam)
Publication Date: 22 November 2018
By John Churchill Points for practice The first and second decisions in this case are particularly useful to practitioners who wish to have template documents on the following matters: – A social worker template statement for cases involving the transfer of proceedings to/from the Court of Protection or Family Division/Family Court. – Draft form of […]
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