The 10 Reasons To Gather Evidence Yourself
Gather Evidence for Child Custody and Contact
Gather Evidence of Parental Alienation
Why You Must Keep Records Of Domestic Abuse, Stalking, Harassment, Parental Alienation And Child Care Disputes
How to gather evidence for the family court
When you have to gather evidence for the family court, for example to prove parental alienation, abuse or to support a custody case, the key advice is to keep records.
The resources CAFCASS use to assess harmful conflict
If your case involves ‘harmful conflict’, the links in this blog show you exactly how CAFCASS will assess you and your family relationships. FCAs are expected to follow these processes although they do have discretion in how they conduct their assessments.
Domestic abuse: How ONRECORD helps you prove it and how CAFCASS assess it
5 Real Life Situations You Need To Prove Using Evidence
Here are 5 examples are of serious problems which need proof if you’re going to deal with them successfully. They all involve the police and the courts. In every case you will need legal advice about what to do. Whether you succeed will depend on what you can prove and how good the evidence is. ONRECORD can help you make good records and improve your chances of success. Read our advice about making good records – you will need it in every case.
Giving a voice to those who are not heard
The ONRECORD app, by storing good quality and detailed evidence online, which can be securely shared with professionals, provides the best opportunity for anyone to penetrate the resistance to them being heard. There are plenty of powerful figures, such as those suppressing the information about child abuse on the British mainland and the Channel Islands, who will try to silence victims. In the end, though, being able to present your evidence clearly and share it securely is the most effective way of ensuring that cover-ups are uncovered and the guilty face justice.