Source: suspicious minds Date posted: September 24th, 2015

“Do foster to adopters have a stake within care proceedings and can make their arguments just as any other interested party, or ought they stay out of it and just wait for the Court to decide whether this is an adoption case at all?”

The Court of Appeal had to look at what happens or what should happen, when there is a conflict between the Local Authority plan for a child and what the foster carers (who had signed up as concurrent carers/foster to adopt) thought the plan should be.

Read here: Concurrent affairs

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