Section 32 Reports – Caroline Goldsmith Psychologist
Under the Guardianship of Infants Act 1964, Section 32 reports allow a judge to request the “Voice of the Child”, in which a child’s opinion and views are conveyed to the court by an assessor. Section 32 Reports – Caroline Goldsmith Psychologist.
It can be a key factor in determining the outcome of divorce proceedings and other matters related to family law, and is essential that these reports are carried out by a professional.
To get a quote for a Section 32 report in Ireland, or any other psychology requirement regarding children or adults contact Waterford Psychology on 087 387 6841, or email email@example.com
What does a Section 32 Report involve?
A Section 32 Report will involve meetings between a child and an assessor to determine the child’s voice around a specific situation. It is the assessor’s role to ensure that the child is listened to and understood so that their voice can be conveyed accurately in court.
The information provided in a Section 32 Report can be vital for courts that require a child’s take on a situation. The court can then use this information in Section 32 Reports – Caroline Goldsmith Psychologist report to make a determination for the child’s best interests. This report can also be used alongside other reports, including welfare reports or PCAs (Parental Capacity Assessments), to help the court with its decision.
Further information on Section 32 Reports with psychologist Caroline Goldsmith
Caroline Goldsmith is a renowned psychologist specialising in matters relating to children and families. To get a quote for a Section 32 report in Ireland, contact Waterford Psychology on 087 387 6841, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Call 087 387 6841 or email email@example.com for further information. Section 32 Reports – Caroline Goldsmith Psychologist