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08 Jul 09 #129745 by lizzy19
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Hi wondering if you can help had 5 welfare hearings in the last 3
years at the last hearing it was decided that as i feel that my youngest daughter is continually being mental abused by her father, my eldest is over 12 and has stopped contact. The next step is a proof hearing dont really know what will happen at this and what could be brought and up and what do i need to prove.

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