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responding to ICL

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Joined: 18/April/2016
Location: Australia
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    Posted: 19/May/2017 at 10:16
hello hoping for some quick advice.
Have had a family report completed and received recommendations and also ICL recommendations which are pretty much the same. It has been strongly suggested from lawyer to refute the 'recommendations' as the child is not in position to comply as yet. I agree in essence with lawyer but would very much like to get to the point where the 'recommendations' are in place.... how do I explain this to the court? What sort of evidence do I need to provide to back the lawyers suggestion, is it a dr report or specialist report? (He does have psychs I can contact for support). Child view is aligned with lawyer.
Thanks for any suggestions.

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