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Barrister St Philip's Chambers, Birmingham
Part 3 of this article considers: the engagement of Cafcass and the social services, status quo arguments, other avenues for the return of a child, the correct approach where there is no pre-existing residence order and the relevance of public law language in retention cases. Parts 1 and 2 were published in May and June issues of Family Law respectively.
To read the rest of this article, see July  Family Law journal.
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