I want to see my children in care but I am not allowed, what can I do?

I want to see my children in care but I am not allowed, what can I do?

I want to see my children in care but I am not allowed, what can I do?

Answer: 

The local authority has a duty to promote reasonable contact between you and your children. This could be anything from weekly visits to supervised contact at a children’s centre, unless it has obtained a court order limiting or terminating your contact. You should speak to the social worker and seek legal advice in order to challenge the local authority’s decision.

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