Our expert says:
Legal help seems to be the essential first step. Depending on your resources ( I have no idea where you are ) try a good local lawyer, who could at least outline your options in a couple of sessions, or check if there's an accessable legal aid clinic at your nearest Law School / University. Assuming that nothing untoward is going on at home, the procedures here sound outrageous, bereft of natural justice and not in the best interests of you or the children. If the earlier matter was dismissed by the police because they found no basis to the complaint, they should at least have formally notified you of that, so you had a note of being cleared, rather than an allegation left dangling. And how can they be contemplating expelling a child without informing you at a much earlier date ? And if they believe the child is somehow being disturbed by abuse, who on earth would they even think of expelling the child victim ?
It also makes sense to arrange for your child to see a counsellor, anyway ; and indeed maybe you would also benefit from some such support at this time. I wonder whether there would be any value in contacting social services yourself to ask them to look into this and advise you ? Maybe your lawyer could advise on that.
And do return to the fuorum and let us know how things turn out.
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