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My son and his wife are estranged, she has set up home with

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My son and his wife are estranged, she has set up home with a new partner. They currently share custody of children equally, children s ages 12, 10, 7. They are aware the arrangements for the children are not child centered and are seeking to come to an alternative agreement through mediation. As part of this process my son has discovered that his wife's new partner has a 21 year old son who has just been released from prison. This came to light as his wife has obtained a Sexual Offences Prevention Order to stop the son coming into contact with her (and my sons) children. As intimated above my son discovered this by default. The question is:- My sons wife has had contact with a Social Worker regarding he "step" son and her own children s safety; she did not tell my son about the situation. Is there a legal requirement for the Social Worker to contact my son to advise him and ensure he is aware of the potential risk to his children?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Clare replied 3 years ago.
Hi
Thank you for your question.
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Since the children will only come into contact with this person whilst they are with their mother there is no Absolute requirement for Social Services to contact your son - although had his ex been unwilling to take any action necessary to protect the children THEN they would have had to do so
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Clare
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you for your help

Expert:  Clare replied 3 years ago.
Hi
You are most welcome I hope all goes well
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