Sorrel & Cutten [2018] FamCA 291

Sorrel & Cutten [2018] FamCA 291 was a Family Court case that highlights the way the use of OPCA terminology mimics mental illness and the issue of unacceptable risk, with a self-represented mother being “physically present but not agreeing to that fact”, refusing to identify herself as Ms Cutten but persistently requesting that she be referred to as “[Ms Cutten]”, and includes references to a “Cestui Que Vie Trust” and the papal encyclical of Pope Leo XIII. She considered herself … Continue reading Sorrel & Cutten [2018] FamCA 291
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