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Avocet Independent Social Worker Services – Social Worker Court Reports

Avocet’s Independent Social Work services in private and public law proceedings are carried out with a clear focus on the child and a timely and thorough approach. As Independent Social Workers, our reports for the Court aim to integrate theory, research and practical knowledge to provide sound and informative reports bringing the subject child to life.

Avocet reports written for the Court give clear and realistic, child focused recommendations.

Avocet’s child focused social work reports are of a high professional standard, enabling all those involved with the child and their family to make effective decisions and ensure positive outcomes.

Avocet provides independent social work assessments for Court as detailed in the assessment section of the website.

Our Independent Social Work services in private and public law proceedings include the following:

We are often looking to expand our country-wide network of Independent Social Workers and as you ... read more
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President demands compliance with court timetables
Court must be informed “immediately” in the event of any non-compliance. In Re W (Children) EWFC 22, the President has reminded practitioners that parties in cases in the Family Court are not permitted to amend a timetable fixed by the court without the prior approval of the court. In that case, in breach of a case […]... read more
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BBC News reports: ‘Cinderella’ emotional cruelty law considered
Current child neglect laws have been criticised for focusing on the physical effects of abuse only. Ofsted finds child-neglect failings One in 10 UK children ‘neglected’ Bid to change child neglect laws The government is “seriously” considering introducing a new offence of emotional cruelty to children, the BBC understands. The proposed change to neglect laws […]... read more
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