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TOPIC: Send documents to Cafcass before the interview, possible?

Send documents to Cafcass before the interview, possible? 3 weeks 3 days ago #97963

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Hi everyone,

I am having the Cafcass interview this week and I am wondering if I can send them an email with a brief explanation about my current situation and concerns. I guess Cafcass has already received all statements from the judge but I would like to know if I can send them aditional information at this stage. Thanks in advance

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Send documents to Cafcass before the interview, possible? 3 weeks 3 days ago #97966

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Hi there

Is your interview over the telephone? I don’t see any reason why you couldn’t send them additional information by email, but might it not be better to share any information when you speak to them?

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Send documents to Cafcass before the interview, possible? 3 weeks 3 days ago #97969

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Hi M, the interview is at Cafcass centre (section 7 report). I would like them to have as much information as possible but I dont know if sending an email can be counterproductive of if they may not accept it. Thank you

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Send documents to Cafcass before the interview, possible? 3 weeks 3 days ago #97970

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To make sure they have it, I would hand it over when you go to the meeting.

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