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    Lonegaydad
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    My ex has been subject to a Section 47 assessment due to aggression towards our children at his house. It is evident that his new partner lives there but they deny it. Social services and police have not challenged this. Any way that I can prove this?

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    steve3334
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    hi,

    is there an issue with his new partner living there? If he is not a danger to the kids, then I don’t think social services will take interest.

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    Lonegaydad
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    Social care have said for the last 6 months that as they deny living together then they wouldn’t assess the partner. However it hasn’t been challenged by them or the police and from his financial disclosure and various other sources it’s clear they live together which means that agencies have been lied to and can’t have an accurate assessment. I’m just trying to see how I can evidence them living together

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    GemRen
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    If he has been aggressive to your children and is subject to a section 47 assessment why let him have direct contact with them at his place? I’m in a similar situation, my now ex husband was aggressive to our 3 children, did sly stuff like tread on their feet and say it was “an accident” even tho it was happening repeatedly and oy ever when he was in a mood aswell as bending my eldest fingers back under the guise of “I’m only playing peanuts” I finally saw the light after an incident the beginning of January and have left him. I’m in a refuge in a place totally strange that I don’t know with my 3 kids but I’d much rather have it that way then stay where I’m originally from and have him and his family lie to social services so he can get any firm of unsupervised contact with them. I’ve literally made it as hard as possible for him by doing this and taking the children into refuge as far away as possible knowing full well he would not be able to travel so he could have them unsupervised. Honestly it is not worth it. You don’t know anything about this new partner and the fact they are deliberately misleading social services and evading new partner being assessed speakers volumes. What are they trying to hide? No, if I were you I would stop all unsupervised contact pending the outcome of the section 47 enquiry, stating that you especially want an assessment done of the new partner before you can even consider unsupervised contact. Look at what has happened just lately in the news with that poor little bit that the father allowed the step mother to abuse. Social services are quite rightly being dragged over the coals over it. Point that case out to them and how the ex and the new partner are deliberately misleading SS and that due to their decite and reluctance to work in an open and honest way with SS and BOTH comply with the assessment you do not feel it is in your children’s best interests or indeed safety for him to have unsupervised contact. For all you know this new partner could be hiding all sorts and you ain’t cannot take the risk especially after what has been seen in the news lately with that poor little boy that git killed through step parent abuse

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