Adoption Breakdown

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Unfortunately for all involved, adoptive placements can break down.

Whatever the rate of adoption breakdown is, it really does not matter if you are one of those families that has adopted and found that you have reached a point where the adoption is breaking down.

If you feel that any of the above applies to you then it could be that with some support from the Local Authority an improvement is seen. At the Adoption Legal Centre we can help you obtain the appropriate support from the Local Authority. Please click here for details on support.

If you feel that unfortunately no amount of support will save your family from falling apart, then we can assist you in getting the Local Authority to accommodate the children back into foster care or if the Local Authority start care proceedings then we can represent you in those proceedings.

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Adopting children from abroad is not straightforward. Sometimes children who appear to have no family are discovered to have a living [more]

Are you looking to adopt your foster child? Here is what you need to know

We receive a number of enquiries from foster carers wanting to know what their legal options are about adopting the child [more]

Child on parent violence in adoptive families; "The new kind of abuse"

A number of articles have been published in recent weeks commenting upon child on parent violence and how this appears to [more]

Adopted children and trust disputes

Sometimes Courts have to make decisions where the answer seems clear to most of us. Are adopted children equal to birth [more]

The agony of child on parent violence

Crises seem to happen when I go to a wedding! One of the solicitors in my team was getting married. Sue [more]

Nigel Priestley, Senior Partner at Ridley & Hall Solicitors scoops top accolade at Modern Law Awards

Last night at the Modern Law Awards, Ridley & Hall received fantastic news. Nigel Priestley, Partner and Community Care solicitor won [more]

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