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08 October 2021

Vulnerable teens face secure accommodation crisis

Mental health issues in children have soared in lockdown according to Emily Foy, commenting on the recently released quarterly statistics released by the family court. Highlighting the accommodation crisis faced by vulnerable teens, Emily paints a picture of a failing system which needs urgent attention following decades of underinvestment. First published online in the Law Society Gazette on 1 October, and reproduced with kind permission. 

Emily Foy is an experienced family solicitor, specialising in high net worth financial settlements, particularly those with an international element and has a growing practice in the particular legal complexities faced by the modern family.


For further information, please contact your usual contact in the Family Department or, alternatively, telephone on 020 7465 4300

Click below to read Emily's article in the Law Society Gazette 

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