Kinship care: Lack of legal support has ‘devastating consequences’

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Prospective kinship carers do not have access to the legal advice and representation they need, MPs and peers have said.

Lack of legal support for kinship carers risks children missing out on living with a relative, MPs warn.
Lack of legal support for kinship carers risks children missing out on living with a relative, MPs warn.

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