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افضل مزود توصيات فوركس بالعالم here Q: I really need some help as we don’t know what to do. My stepdaughter had a baby a few weeks ago. She is a single parent living with her mum, impotent but at the age of 10 my stepdaughter was removed from her care by social services for abuse (she is now 19). She will not let my husband see the child as the mum has told stories to her about her childhood.

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follow link http://1conn.com/?binarforexar=فيه-منصه-سعوديه-لتجارة-العملات-والذهب-والنفط A: This is a tricky situation – if your stepdaughter was removed from her mother because of abuse, then it’s possible that social services will be on the case anyway, and keeping an eye on the baby, especially given your stepdaughter’s clashes with the law. On the other hand they may not be involved at all.

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منتديات السهم السعودي Your husband has no legal rights of access as a grandfather, but he could approach social services and ask if they could mediate for him in this situation. They are bound by the Children Act to promote family connections through this means, where it’s considered that it can do no harm to the child.


He needs to be very careful, though. He could say that she won’t let him see his granddaughter, that he’d like to, and feels that he could be a stable influence in her life. But if he makes a point of dragging up the past and seems to be ‘reporting’ his daughter to social services in some way, she will be very unlikely to forgive him. And in any case he has no means of knowing if there’s any cause for concern regarding this baby.


I emphasise ‘he’ because your husband’s involvement can be considered, but you don’t even have that right. He must handle this, and your role is to stay in the background and support him. He can let social services know that you’re more than willing to be a step-grandparent to this baby, and want to love and know her.


In any case, your husband shouldn’t give up on the direct approach. He can make sure his daughter knows he’s around for her – keep the channels open, tell her he loves her, and would like to know and love the baby. It would be best for him not to mention the past to his daughter. It takes two to have a row, but only one to cut off communication. He’ll need to be patient.


In the meantime, stay out of any arguments/discussions your husband has with her. Just be around for all of them.


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