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Custody Dispute Investigation: A Guide for Parents

Topic(s): Marriage Journey


When there is a custody dispute, the courts may ask us to prepare a Social Report. Learn more about this report and the processes involved. 

Description/Excerpt: 

Custody Dispute InvestigationWhen there is a custody dispute, the courts may refer the case to us for social investigation. We have to produce a Social Report for the court. 

Download this publication to learn more about: 

  • why courts may require a social report
  • who prepares the social report
  • role and qualification of Child Welfare Officers
  • process of preparing a social report
  • preparing for the interview
  • documents you might need

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