Children, Parents and the Courts: Legal Intervention in Family Life
John Seymour (Author)
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DescriptionChildren may be harmed if the law interferes in their upbringing for no good reason. Children may be harmed if they are left to the care of parents who are unable or unwilling to do what is best for them. When should a court intervene on the ground that a child needs protection? Should "hands off" be the watchword?
3 August 2016
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