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(10-14-2009, 07:06 PM)Lucy Wrote: No sorry I don't, I was curious myself lol I'm sure you'll be fine. What happens if for some terrible reason you lose the appeal....is that it? (lets hope that never happens lol)

Lucy xShy

oooh shudder a years worth of stress just to lose - doesn't bear thinking about. I think that there is an upper tribunal you can take it to but that does involve courts as far as I am aware. Undecided x
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Oi you pair........Angry

Positive thoughts here now.

Loulou you are aware of your childs issues and you have to fight for what you believe in so fight them tooth and nail and do not give up even if it did mean going to the next stage of appeal.
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Hi Lou lou,
I was going through all the threads tying up some ends and was just wondering if you were already in touch with the parent partnership?
If so what did they say?

You also have legal options such as a solictor that specialise in this.
I can give you more details on this if you need it.
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