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Q v R (intractable contact) [2017] EWFC B35

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In brief: The mother’s (“M”) action had alienated the two children (aged 12 and 14) from their father (“F”). The court considered the various options open to it in the hope of restoring a relationship between the children and F. Mindful that such steps would likely cause harm to the children, an indirect contact order was (rather reluctantly) made.

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Published: 28/07/2017

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