Our expert says:
Hmm. Organizations have their rules about handling complaints, which may suit most situations, but obviously not all of them.
Whatever the murky motivations of the different people involved, it ought to seem to them highly unlikely that if You were abising the child, you would draw attention to yourself by laying an official complaint that someone else was doing so. And its hard to understand why child welfare would ignore the clinic's report, and asign the child to the care of someone living with someone also accused of abusing it.
To then talk of "minimising external influence" is bizarre, as this tactic also reduces the child'\s chances of being able to complain to anyone else if her present carers are in any way abusing her.
And of course the expenses are awful. To me, hustice than can't be afforded, is no justice at all. Everyone involved is supposed to be caring primarily about the best interests of the child.
I hope other readers can come up with more helpful suggestions.
And do check out the Law Clinic option. Sometimes by this route one can get one or more law students involved and interested, and they can often have fresh ideas and may work hard on such a case if it interests them.
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