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A mother successfully appealed an order regarding child arrangements in a judgment published this week that again highlights how the family courts deal with allegations of domestic abuse, and controlling and coercive behaviour.

The mother alleged that the father was controlling, left the children alone and had been sexually abusive to her. She removed the children from the family home in the south and moved to a refuge in the north. The father applied to the court to get the mother to bring back the children.

Read the full article here: Law Gazette

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