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Probability of mothers in care proceedings returning to court for subsequent proceedings has not cha

New research has revealed that mothers in England and Wales who appear in a first set of care proceedings still have the same probability of returning to court for subsequent (recurrent) proceedings as they did when earlier benchmark studies were carried out in 2015, 2017 and 2020. Almost a decade on from the first study on recurrence, approximately one in four mothers are still at risk of returning to court. In addition, the actual number of mothers in recurrent proceedings has markedly increased since earlier studies, because more families are appearing in care proceedings. Read the full article⬇️ If you would like to discuss a family law matter please call 01872 706050.

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