Fleet Barrister Says There Is Still Hope Guildford Couple Could Be Re-united With Wrongly Adopted Baby

Fleet Barrister Says There Is Still Hope Guildford Couple Could Be Re-united With Wrongly Adopted Baby

6:00am 13th October 2015
(Updated 6:06am 13th October 2015)

Fresh hope for a Guildford couple who’s baby was wrongly adopted, as a Fleet barrister says they could get the child back.

That is despite many lawyers predicting the family may never be reunited.

Source: Couple who ‘adopted’ baby on day after he was born are told to hand him back | Daily Mail Online

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