Child’s representative

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A child’s representative is a lawyer appointed by the Court in some cases to represent the child (sometimes also called a separate representative). They will attend all hearings and conduct the case in a way that promotes the child’s best interests. They must be served with all Court documents, be involved in all negotiations and approve any proposed arrangements.

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