Our expert says:
I think the welfare / social workers would need to pay attention if the mother left explicit instructions in her properly written and witnessed will, but should not automatically assume the accuracy of claims that are essentially hearsay. And of course they should have checked what alternatives there were and what other arrangements may have been made.
And the bio-father has definite rights. If there are allegations against him, they have to be properly examined in court, and again, not just assumed to be true, especially if coming from someone who wants something out of it themselves.
Especially if the bio-dad is the legal guardian.
I don't see how an aunt's claims can be assumed to trump those of the biological father.
You need good legal advice ASAP, and check with the local Family Advocate's office too.
Phil seems to be reacting to somethin from his own history, more than to your situation.
Thank heaven nobody else is as "caring" as "solution" who seems to be intent on showing off in a cruel and negative way. If he/she keeps this up, they can be identified and blocked from participating in this forum.
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