Domestic Violence Extended – Early Case Studies: Part Nine

Researching Reform

Mina is very happy with her legal team. They are advising her carefully and wisely and although she is not legally trained, she can sense it. This in turn has created a strong level of trust between her and her lawyers.

Having had round the clock supervision in her home, the support worker has now been released and Mina is free to look after her children on her own. Mina has also been assigned a new social worker. Despite coming from the same cultural background as her, she finds him aggressive in manner and dogmatic about his perception of her situation. It is as if no one is really listening. It is frustrating and energy-consuming dealing with his emphatic dialogue but despite this, she sounds and feels better already. The interim care order has been removed and she has been told that she will now have to have a parenting…

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