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Child Neutral Assessment

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Latest post Wed, Jan 5 2011 1:03 PM by Drew. 2 replies.
  • Wed, Jan 5 2011 6:32 AM

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    Child Neutral Assessment


    What is Child Neutral assessment? What is done in that? What points needs to be taken care while going for CNA?


  • Wed, Jan 5 2011 9:33 AM In reply to

    Re: Child Neutral Assessment

    It is actually a "Custody Neutral Assessment."  Here is what I found from Google:

    The implementation of the Custody Neutral Assessment (CNA) process is an appropriate method to evaluate the wishes of a child as to where he prefers to live.

    The CNA process allows the parties to express their views on custody to a therapist, who shall also interview the child in a therapeutic setting, which is preferable to a Courtroom.

    "That's just my opinion, then again I might be wrong."  Dennis Miller


  • Wed, Jan 5 2011 1:03 PM In reply to

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    Re: Child Neutral Assessment

    BTW, who has custody of the child now and is it by court order and do you have courted ordered visitation rights?

    Your other posts suggest you moved far away and now seek to prevent dad from moving further away--

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