Family court articles


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Innocent but presumed guilty - the first article Niels90707 years 6 weeks
Justice Ministry to bar parents from telling their own stories Niels45106 years 49 weeks
New family courts access could be a let-down Niels32306 years 42 weeks
Deciding if a Mother Is Fit Niels92806 years 37 weeks
R.I. groups appeal dismissal of lawsuit over abuse of children in foster care Niels72106 years 25 weeks
'Secret agenda to score adoptions' Niels83706 years 25 weeks
Courts won't reveal rulings in adoption cases Niels69008 years 27 weeks
Fears over 'unjust adoption rise' Niels113008 years 24 weeks
Give us back our children Niels164817 years 48 weeks
Times wins ruling over secrecy of family court Niels66407 years 29 weeks
Mother flees abroad with her son to escape social workers Kerry95907 years 7 weeks
Damages win for Tim and Gina Williams - falsely suspected of abusing their children Kerry116707 years 7 weeks
Family justice: the secret state that steals our children Kerry157107 years 6 weeks
Bias alleged in state foster care Kerry80327 years 3 weeks
Take more children into care, says Barnardo's chief Martin Narey Kerry4802116 years 40 weeks
Social workers who snatched four-day-old baby put her up for adoption over unproven abuse claim Kerry183414 years 11 weeks
Dad fights for son taken to Brazil Kerry92606 years 49 weeks
Family Court judge in St. Louis conducts 48 adoptions in one day Kerry105816 years 41 weeks
Mother ‘too stupid’ to keep child Kerry84206 years 37 weeks
Teenage mother stages protest after son is given for adoption Kerry122716 years 35 weeks
Litigation not legislation is the fastest way to reform Child Protective Services & Family Court Kerry235625 years 1 week
Texas Single Dad Stops Adoption; May Get Custody of his Son Kerry383336 years 20 weeks
Adoption system is UK's shameful secret Kerry145616 years 16 weeks
Big money to be made in the adoption trade Kerry101405 years 34 weeks
She defied the law to find her mother Kerry123405 years 25 weeks

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