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What rights do unmarried fathers have? What is the legal position of social workers conducting a child protection investigation? This ...
What rights do unmarried fathers have? What is the legal position of social workers conducting a child protection investigation? This practical text means deals with such questions and includes information on commentary on
? parental responsibility for children
? children?s orders in divorce and other family proceedings
? emergency protection of children
? care orders and supervision orders
? fostering and adoption
Full consideration is given to the importance of court rulings and amending legislation (including the new divorce law contained in the Family Law Act 1996), as well as to the problematic issues of practice, such as confidentiality and the interface between civil and criminal proceedings.
This jargon-free text has been specifically designed for practitioners in the social and welfare services. Making Sense of the Children Act is an essential guide to working with children to implement the complex range of organizational and practice changes that are now required.
Court Orders in Favour of Parents.
Court Orders in Favour of Non-Parents.
Local Authority Support for Children and Families.
Provision of Accomodation for Children.
Compulsory Intervention: The New Framework.
Emergency Protection Orders and Child Assessment Orders.
Care and Supervision Orders.
Education Supervision Orders.
Courts, Appeals against Court Decisions and Legal Aid.
Welfare Reports and Guardians ad litem.
The Children Act and Wardship.
Voluntary Homes and Care in the Private Sector.
Local Authority Foster Parents.
Transitional and Other Provisions of the Act.