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Form C1A and adult children

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09 May 16 #477934 by ignatz
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Does this form apply to adult children?

Form C1A Allegations of harm and domestic violence
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"You are completing this form because there are allegations that the child(ren) listed in this form may have suffered or be at risk of suffering domestic abuse, violence/abuse."

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09 May 16 #477935 by rubytuesday
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Children refers to those whoa re under the age of 18, or in some circumstances to an adult "child" who has limited capacity/severe learning difficulties.

C1A is used as a supplemental form as part of a child application.

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10 May 16 #477994 by ignatz
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Thank you, Ruby.

I have been somewhat confused by my solicitors and the court papers referring to my daughters as children despite the fact that they are both now over 18 although the younger daughter is still in college education. I imagine that as adults they must now fend for themselves and are no longer covered by Child Protection legislation.

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