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14 Jan 2019

Always protect yourself and your home.

If you record inside your own property then remember this.

Place a postcard size notice on your front door somewhere that isnt obvious to the eye. Then it cannot be your fault if a professional does not notice it. Make sure you put the date on it aswell and take a timestamped photo of it then anything recorded inside your own home can be used as hard evidence these recording cannot be rejected by a Judge, the notice should read something along the lines of.

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14 Jan 2019

Some personal advice when trying to research information.

We all when looking for advice and help automatically look online for information, help and advice for us parents which is nearly always very vague and with 100 different out comes.

DON'T !!! STOP !!!!

Instead search for guidelines, information and documents  set out for the social worker’s to follow. This will give you a clearer picture of the procedures they are going to follow and the outcome from your actions which will be followed literally.

Printing of their own guidelines that they have to follow also allows no room for them to change their own goal posts.

They will try to say each area have their own guidelines to follow and that each area does things differently so always try to find the guidelines from within your own borough making it virtually impossible for them to argue with.

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25 Jun 2019
Here is the guidelines.
Here is the guidelines.

Here is a useful piece of information on the pro's and con's of whether to register your baby or not.

Ok so a little while ago Michele Simmons privately messaged me asking if I knew anything about social workers registering babies at birth As if they were the social workers own babies, someone enquired to a social worker how they could take a baby that wasn't yet registered and the social worker told him they could and would register the birth of the baby themselves. 🤔🤔🤔. Ok so it got me thinking and I did some homework on it and guess what guys it says that anyone who has responsibility for the child can register the birth and you can choose any first and last name you want so guessing legally speaking social worker could And if a social worker has done this then legally she can as she would be using the loop hole within the law because I'm sure the government mean when they say any surname like mum's or dad's or referring to double barrelled surnames but a social worker using this loop for her own means is legal You could take her to court under ultra vires laws overstepping her powers of authority I'm guessing that not registering your baby at birth and listening to people going on about common law does parents no favours my advice if social workers are using this loophole is to GET YOUR BABIES REGISTERED ASAP !!!!!
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3 Mar 2019

Link to the 3 of the best 5* rated professionals in all areas of the uk.

Here is a useful link to the three best professionals in all areas whether it be law or medical or school issues.

https://threebestrated.co.uk/

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24 Jun 2019

Read all judgements clearly.

Judges often make the mistake of signing court judgments without actually reading the social workers submitted drafts and statements thoroughly or properly. Plus judges only see what the social worker wants them to see, which 9 times out of 10 are all false statements, made up from expert professionals that have never even met the family under scrutiny, or social worker’s submitting legally documents that the judges are lead to believe are reports written by other professionals who have worked with the family like schools, nurseries or nurses when in fact these professionals have no knowledge at all of these reports they have just been fabricated together by the actual social worker herself which is highly illegal and if they where to be found out would leave these families grounds to pursue a criminal cases of malpractice. Social workers often alter logs as well and there statements are usually full of there own biased personal opinions of the social worker’s personal attack on these decent families. All under these social workers beliefs and hopes of reaching goverment targets and  the cash incentive of being rewarded with money bonuses for every single child that they can successfully manage to adopt.

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24 Jun 2019

Once your case is closed.

Once you close is closed they will make one last visit just to finalise the closure of your case, remember though that even though they say verbally it is closed it is not. After you receive your letter from the date of that letter you need to actually wait another 3 months to the date and that is when your case is officially closed they always run all cases silently for a further 3 months if any concerns arise in this time then they can come back and continue where they left off but after 3 months your files will get sent to archives and any further new allegations or concerns will have to be opened as a whole fresh case. So keep your head under their radar good luck xx
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14 Jan 2019

Remember if you dont ask you wont get

remember if the social workers does a section 47 assessment you MUST ask DURING the assessment for a copy of the section 47 assessment

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14 Jan 2019

Do I sign or don't I.

What do i do if Children's Services try to intimidate or make me Sign an Official Document I don't understand or feel pressurised in to signing ? 

Dont under any circumstances sign a section 20 !!!

Always sign everything with a capitol "V.C" after or before your signature this means. If they pressurise or intimate you in to signing anything by threatening you that you will lose your children permanently if you do not sign.

Vi Coactus (V.C.) is a Latin term meaning "having been forced" or "having been compelled." In Latin, cōgō means "to compel," or "to force." The passive particle of cōgō is coāctus meaning "having been forced" or "having been compelled." Vi Coactus or V.C. is used with a signature to indicate that the signer was under duress. The signer using "VC" at the end or the beginning of there signature to alert the reader that the agreement was only signed under duress and it makes that document that has been signed under pressure or you don't fully understand the document you have signed and invalidates their signature and makes the document null and void.

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14 Jan 2019

Always keep a diary and keep track of everything.

From the moment Children's Services first come knocking or even before if you are lucky enough to get the heads up or to know you have hit the children's services radar then you need to start from day one keeping an up to date diary and log on all the facts and all your thoughts, feelings and views all the concerns and worries absolutely everything keep it all logged in a diary this should include all letters and emails, all calls and discussions, all meetings and conferences and every home visit include what was said and by who the date and the time and where the conversation or meeting took place.

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14 Jan 2019

A little advice on fighting back to prove you are a good parent now.

There was a very high profile important case. Where some of you might be in a similar situation as the parents of this particular case. In this particular case, The hearing was held in the supreme court (the highest court in the uk). Judge Mumby stated that if a parent has had previous children removed from there parents by the local authorities but there circumstances had changed and they had moved on to have more children with a "new" partner the children born in this new relationship would not automatically be at risk. The finding of facts alone could not predict that a parent was likely to harm a child in the future. so a local authority could not rely on the "Mere possibility or probability" that you caused harm to your older children or failed to protect them from your ex partner. There has to be other evidence to show that your new baby is at risk. But this only applies to parents who have changed there circumstances and who are in a new relationship with a new partner for this argument to be valid to use to help you fight to keep your new unborn babies if you are with the partner you cant use this.

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14 Jan 2019

Webster Stratton parenting course.

I have been asked hundreds of times about parenting courses but get so bogged down advising I consistently keep forgetting to post it up so I'm doing it before i get pounced on lol freedom programs are usually run by a key worker who is usually a social worker, police or paid by the local authorities which means your parenting course is biase before you even go to the first session you need to be enrolling on to the Webster Stratton parenting course instead not only is this course highly recommended by judges but it is also recognised and accepted by judges aswell which gives you a better footing and foundations to fight your. 

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14 Jan 2019

Extortion Explained. 

Social workers can't use your kids as weapons they can't threaten you.

Example: if you dont do this or that we will take kids away ect...

If a professional says they will do something if you dont reach a goal that is legal, but if they threaten you with saying if you dont do something then they will take your kids this is unlawful and illegal. Any threat of harmful doing if you dont comply is extortion. They don't have to carry out the threat for it to be breaking the law just the verbal threat itself is enough and its against the law its illegal Coercion/ extortion. Manipulating a person to behave in a involuntary way by use of pressure or force, threats or intimidation. If the law states if you drink and drink you are going to go to prison that's lawful and legal but to use manipulation this by making you sit in a car park for 6 hours before it wears off then this is extortion.

Remember, Nobody is going to complain because they didn't get arrested but to make you sit there for 6 hours waiting is manipulating extortion.

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14 Jan 2019

Parental Responsibility Explained.

Who has (P.R) Parental responsibility ? ...

P.R means all rights, duties and power responsibility and authorities, by law a parent of a child has regarding their children or their children's property.

* if you are the dad, but you was never married to the mother of your children,  or if you was never named on your childrens birth certificate  but you wish to be recognised legally as their dad then you must apply to the courts for a parental responsibility order.

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3 Mar 2019

Accessing your local M.P and what help he has to offer.

Please refer to the full list of all Local M.P'S in all areas.

Remember even your goodbye contact doesn't always have to be the end.

Things can still be undone even then. So never give up hope or fighting for your children. Even if you can't afford to appeal to the high court of justice please dont lose faith. Get writing to your local M.P !!! No more than 2sides of A4 size paper anything longer than that and chances are they wont even bother to read it. Keep it informative, short and sweet then they will take more time to read it all properly and to take it all in seriously. Ask them for their help. Detail as many points and as much as you can possibly fit in. If they truely feel you have been served misjustice and they feel that you truely have a genuine case then they will call you in for a meeting to discuss things further in more detail. Remember your local M.P can and does have the power to refer you to the bar pro-bono family law barristers in London they don't ask for a single penny to represent you they are a charity only thing you have to pay is for expenses like petrol and parking ect... they are probably the best in the land to represent you because there hearts are in it and not there wallets !!!!

Bar Pro-Bono ...

Pro-Bono latin term "pro bono publico" meaning free for the public good.

They are solicitors and barristers that work for free!!! they run on charity and donations all you have to pay is there expenses  (reprographics, travel, parking ect ect)

Email- legal@probonochildandfamilylaw.co.uk

Office number- 01509 734289

Mobile number- 07493523727

Hours are 8.30a.m - 8.30p.m

(Plus there's an out of hours emergency services)

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