Needs and Views of the Child Reports for Families

Needs and Views of the Child Reports for Families

Offering Clarity and Guidance in Family Disputes

Lurline, with her extensive experience and formal training, has been contracted to write Parenting Capacity Assessments for Calgary Child & Family Services in child protection cases. After relocating to BC, she has immersed herself in various areas related to family law, including evaluating children’s needs for family court proceedings involving parenting time and decision-making. As a seasoned professional in the family, Child, and adolescent counselling sphere, Lurline comprehends the complex needs of today’s children, parents, and families. Her goal is to offer clear insights and guidance through the family court report process, enabling the resolution of disputes and the prevention of future conflicts. When working with young clients in these matters, Lurline, as a child specialist, ensures a comfortable, developmentally-appropriate, and sensitive approach

Lurline is a Roster Member for the BC Hear the Child Society and a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, an international association dedicated to resolving family conflicts.

Different Types of Reports

Lurline provides different types of reports tailored to address specific questions and concerns for both legal professionals and families, with a steadfast focus on the best interests of the children involved.

Understanding the Distinctions: Hear the Child Report, Section 211 Report, and Views of the Child.

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