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Court-appointed expert can be named in ‘parental alienation’ case

1st August 2022

The Guardian

A judge has ruled that a court-appointed expert can be named after their qualifications and conduct were challenged by a mother who claimed key evidence they provided led her children to be removed from her care against their wishes.

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