UK Family Law
UK Family Law Questions Answered by Verified Experts
What would you like to know about this please?
I'm not sure which rights you were thinking of?
Well, there are no magic wands. One of the problems with these allegations is that they are very difficult to disprove.
There will be something. It might not be enough to support a prosecution and it might not be enough in the end to give rise to concern to social services but there will be something.
There is no way of making the whole thing go away. You just have to engage with social services while they carry out their assessment.
In the end it is quite unlikely they would get a court order excluding him or more particularly removing the children on this evidence but if you don't engage then you will make it easier for them.
Can I clarify anything for you?
I think they are saying that the fact that the police cannot prove him guilty does not mean he is innocent which is true as far as logical principles go.
I think I covered the point of clearing his name above?
It is unfair. That is why these allegations are so dangerous. Unless you can prove he could not have done this you cannot prove him innocent.
Having money would make no difference at all. All that is a myth. Actually people who are successful are generally treated more harshly by social services.
As I have said, there are no magic wands. The only way forward is to comply with their investigation.