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Written on the 14 July 2010

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Changing Parental Responsibility following Final Orders in the Children's Court...

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Parentified Children...Neglect or Abuse?

I have recently learned of a case in the Children's Court of New South Wales, where a father caring for his children on his own became reliant on the older of those children to carry out household tasks and care for younger siblings. Not only were the older children responsible for meal preparation and household cleaning, it also fell to ...

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Allegations of a child having been neglected or abused, may lead to that child residing with temporary carers while investigations and court proceedings run their course.

Particularly in the case of a young child, a lengthy period of such temporary care will almost inevitably lead to "attachment" between child and carer. Howev...

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