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Judge said to obtain a welfare person to talk to the children (girls). The welfare woman tried many times to coax them to see their father but they both said No. The woman then informed me that irregardless, they will have to see their father. It is the law. She told the children that she would be at the handover but the children, in tears said that they did not want to see their father. (10 years ago the father was convicted in dealing with class A drugs in R. Ireland and received a 2 yr. suspended sentence.) (If that has any bearing on the matter)
At a stipulated time agreed by both parties.
At a stipulated time agreed by both parties
7 days time
Last seen June 2014. Place of contact to be ascertained but could be within one mile of the children's home. I need to know what rights children of this age have when they DO NOT WISH TO SEE THEIR FATHER? (sorry, I am not shouting) Thank you.