New Voice of the Child Reports Guidelines & FAQs

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Voice of the child reports (also known as child’s wishes or preferences assessments) are one way to give children a chance to be heard in family law proceedings. They are written reports prepared by a professional who interviews the child. They are usually ordered by a judge. These reports give information about the child’s views and preferences around parenting issues.

Click here for more information on voice of the child reports, and how to prepare yourself and your children for one.

Click here to view the new Voice of the Child Reports Guidelines.