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When Your Ex-Partner Denies You Access

By: Chris Nickson - Updated: 18 Jun 2018 | comments*Discuss
 
Contact Court Final Hearing Directions

If your ex-partner says she’s not going to let you have any contact with your children, it can be one of the most distressing things that can happen to you. There may be a number of reasons behind her decision but somehow they’re irrelevant; you simply want to be able to spend time with your kids. So what can you do to change the situation?

Why It Happens

There are several reasons why your ex might deny you access to your children.
  • It could be a bargaining chip for Divorce or legal proceedings yet to come
  • It might be revenge for the break-up of the relationship
  • In some instances, it’s even been used as a way to conceal a new relationship

Denial of contact, as it’s called legally, doesn’t necessarily happen immediately after your relationship ends. It can occur at any time until the child is of age.

What to Do About It

Your first step should be to send a registered letter to your ex-partner in which you ask her to reinstate contact between you and your children. Don't forget to take a copy of the letter for your records and keep your proof of sending. However, remember court is always seen as a last resort and you will usually have to show that you have both attended a Mediation Information & Assessment Meeting (MIAM) before you can apply.

If this produces no action, and/or your ex refuses to attend mediation, then you have no alternative but to go to court and ask for an Interim Contact Order. In order to obtain a contact order you will need to submit the correct form to the court, find out which form you need Here.

What Does the Interim Contact Order Do?

The interim contact order allows you to have contact with your children until a full court hearing resolves the matter one way or another. If your ex shows no opposition to interim contact, it can be resolved without a court appearance. However, at this stage that’s not likely to be the case.

What Kind of Contact Can you Expect in the Interim?

What you and your solicitor will have to do is remind the court at a “directions hearing” of the length of time before the full hearing will occur. This can often be six months or longer, which can be detrimental to your relationship with your child. In most instances, the court will allow some limited contact between you and your children in the interim, although it’s unlikely to be “staying contact” (allowing the children to stay overnight with you) if the mother objects. She might also demand supervised contact, and the court will generally accede. This all seems heavily weighted towards the mother, even though you might have done nothing wrong. However, it’s a case of the court opting to be cautious.

The Directions Hearing

Prior to the hearing you should inform both the opposing solicitor and the court itself that your side will ask for interim contact and be asking for oral evidence. This will avoid any adjournment. If you’ve had previous contact with your child before you were denied access, especially “staying contact”, you should provide evidence of this to the court, as it will bolster your argument.

The Final Hearing

One of the most important factors preceding the final hearing is the report by the Cafcass (Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service) officer. He or she will interview you and your former partner, your children, if they’re old enough, as well as carers and teachers etc. Generally, the court will accept the report’s recommendations regarding custody and contact. If you disagree with the report, either in part or completely, you can ask for more information, or for another report by a different officer.

If You’re Still Denied Access

If your former partner denies you contact in defiance of an order laid down by the court, you can take her to court to demand access. However, before taking this step, think carefully, as it will not only make relations between the two of you worse, but could possibly end up with her fined or in jail, which will have an adverse affect on the children. If at all possible, you should Attempt Mediation first.

Check out the Separated Dads Forum... It's a great resource where you can ask for advice on topics including Child Access, Maintenance, CAFCASS, Fathers Rights, Court, Behaviour or simply to have a chat with other dads.

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Bonnie - Your Question:
My partner who is illegal was in a relationship with a girl who got pregnant. She had problems and social services had been involved with her for a number of years. Their son was born with a heart defect. There was a lot of opposition to the relationship as he is Muslim, this caused lots of fighting between them and she was often abusive towards him. He was banned from the hospital and not allowed to see his son, I advised him to go to citizens advice which he did. He informed the social worker who asked for a meeting, when he arrived he was arrested for harassment and threatening behaviour. For nearly ten months he has been trying to see his son who is nearly two years old. Finally he has been told he won't be charged, but because his name is not on birth certificate and the mother says he can't have any information social services will not help him. He is so traumatized by it all. All he wants is contact with his son. Social services have been awful throughout all of this. Particularly the girls social worker. Advice please Bonnie 15 June 2018

Our Response:
The main problem your partner has is his immigration status which will prove difficult if he applies to court. Given that his only recourse is to apply to court (if his ex refuses access), he would have to seek some professional legal advice, the Citizens Advice Bureau may help, please see link here .
SeparatedDads - 19-Jun-18 @ 2:00 PM
Col, ki & Hads - Your Question:
Since February 2016 I have not had access to having my 2 son's every other weekend. This was due to my ex taking me to the csa and being told I needed to pay a lot less than the amicable arrangement we had set out back in October 2013. We spoke at the end of 2015 about reducing the amount due to financial difficulties on my behalf but was told basically don't pay you don't see. never mind I was also paying towards clothes, school dinners , weekend activities as well. My ex has had her new partner acting as her voice since 2016 to which I have been more than tolerant when I have a person who has no children telling me I basically can't see my boy's. Has the partner got legal right's in doing this? Also like many dad's on here I was just last week served a court order to appear for a non molestation application by the ex. This was denied by the judge but I still had a 1 yr order served to have no sort of malicious contact with the ex. Considering we have had no contact since February 2016. I have asked for a c100 application through mediation attended by just myself. My ex proclaimed it's not a good time. I want to defend myself if possible in court to try to see my son's and let them decide without emotional blackmail being a big player for them. I respect their feelings and would just want them to both know my door will always be open. Can anyone tell me if that's possible?

Our Response:
You may wish to join the Separated Dads forum, as our dads who have been through similar previously should be able to advise. However, child maintenance and child access have no bearing on each other and should not stop you applying for access. You can self-litigate, please see link here . You neither have to wait until your ex feels it is a good time to apply to court.
SeparatedDads - 19-Jun-18 @ 11:10 AM
JKDAVIES - Your Question:
My wife and I separated 15 months ago. We were on talking terms until I got myself into a new relationship. I am partly to blame for the communication breakdown as I went around it the wrong way but since then she won't allow me to see my two children. I explained that I would take her to mediation or court but her reply was that she won't show up. If she didn't turn up is there anything else I can do?

Our Response:
If your ex refuses to show up, the court can decide in her absence. You might want to warn the court in advance. If you have evidence i.e text message/email etc, then this will help.
SeparatedDads - 18-Jun-18 @ 11:42 AM
Stevemb - Your Question:
I was married and my wife cheated and left me we have a child together wand she had another child from before who I raised as my own I’m now in a new relationship and my stepson is constantly having issues with her children she doesn’t want him around them as he has hit out and told people they are horrible children My ex says if he doesn’t go to her house my daughter isn’t allowed eitherCan she stop me seeeing my daughter??

Our Response:
If your ex does stop you seeing yoru daughter, then as specified in the article you would have to try to either try to solve your issues via mediation, or if your ex refuses apply to court. Please see more via the link here.
SeparatedDads - 18-Jun-18 @ 10:27 AM
Since February 2016 I have not had access to having my 2 son's every other weekend. This was due to my ex taking me to the csa and being told i needed to pay a lot less than the amicable arrangement we had set out back in October 2013. We spoke at the end of 2015 about reducing the amount due to financial difficulties on my behalf but was told basically don't pay you don't see... never mind i was also paying towards clothes, school dinners , weekend activities as well. My ex has had her new partner acting as her voice since 2016 to which i have been more than tolerant when i have a person who has no children telling me i basically can't see my boy's. Has the partner got legal right's in doing this? Also like many dad's on here i was just last week served a court order to appear for a non molestation application by the ex. This was denied by the judge but i still had a 1 yr order served to have no sort of malicious contact with the ex. Considering we have had no contact since February 2016.. I have asked for a c100 application through mediation attended by just myself. My ex proclaimed it's not a good time. I want to defend myself if possible in court to try to see my son's and let them decide without emotional blackmail being a big player for them. I respect their feelings and would just want them to both know my door will always be open. Can anyone tell me if that's possible?
Col, ki & Hads - 18-Jun-18 @ 9:12 AM
My wife and I separated 15 months ago. We were on talking terms until I got myself into a new relationship. I am partly to blame for the communication breakdown as I went around it the wrong way but since then she won't allow me to see my two children. I explained that I would take her to mediation or court but her reply was that she won't show up. If she didn't turn up is there anything else I can do?
JKDAVIES - 17-Jun-18 @ 1:24 PM
I was married and my wife cheated and left me we have a child together wand she had another child from before who I raised as my own I’m now in a new relationship and my stepson is constantly having issues with her children she doesn’t want him around them as he has hit out and told people they are horrible children My ex says if he doesn’t go to her house my daughter isn’t allowed either Can she stop me seeeing my daughter??
Stevemb - 16-Jun-18 @ 8:24 PM
So funny how on Father’s Day weekend Which I my weekend to see my kids My wonderful ex has now decided it’s not convenient
Philpoyser - 16-Jun-18 @ 2:21 AM
My partner who is illegal was in a relationship with a girl who got pregnant. She had problems and social services had been involved with her for a number of years. Their son was born with a heart defect. There was a lot of opposition to the relationship as he is Muslim, this caused lots of fighting between them and she was often abusive towards him. He was banned from the hospital and not allowed to see his son, I advised him to go to citizens advice which he did. He informed the social worker who asked for a meeting, when he arrived he was arrested for harassment and threatening behaviour. For nearly ten months he has been trying to see his son who is nearly two years old. Finally he has been told he won't be charged, but because his name is not on birth certificate and the mother says he can't have any information social services will not help him. He is so traumatized by it all. All he wants is contact with his son. Social services have been awful throughout all of this. Particularly the girls social worker. Advice please Bonnie 15 June 2018
Bonnie - 15-Jun-18 @ 7:03 PM
Jaylouhol - Your Question:
My partner as 4 children with his ex of 17 years. From what I have seen when he’s with his children there’s a strong loving bond and it’s beautiful to see as my sons (now grown up) never had that. His ex is very manipulating though and he’s got a molestation order on him (just not to be near her) I’ve witnessed first hand how she works and so have the police along with solicitors. She’s now accusing the police of lying so there’s a massive case against her. Meanwhile she will only let me arrange for his children to spend time with us but due to the fact of how she is I’ve asked not to be involved because she likes to tell me lies about my partner that’s not true, you can clearly see even though she’s got a new partner herself she’s not happy he’s moved on too. Is going to court the only way he can get visitation rights? Is there something we can do meanwhile?

Our Response:
Unfortunately, court is the only option if your partner's ex will not consider mediation. Please see link here .
SeparatedDads - 14-Jun-18 @ 2:03 PM
My partner as 4 children with his ex of 17 years. From what I have seen when he’s with his children there’s a strong loving bond and it’s beautiful to see as my sons (now grown up) never had that. His ex is very manipulating though and he’s got a molestation order on him (just not to be near her) I’ve witnessed first hand how she works and so have the police along with solicitors. She’s now accusing the police of lying so there’s a massive case against her. Meanwhile she will only let me arrange for his children to spend time with us but due to the fact of how she is I’ve asked not to be involved because she likes to tell me lies about my partner that’s not true, you can clearly see even though she’s got a new partner herself she’s not happy he’s moved on too. Is going to court the only way he can get visitation rights? Is there something we can do meanwhile?
Jaylouhol - 13-Jun-18 @ 9:09 PM
Peshey - Your Question:
My ex hasn’t allowed me to see my 7 year old since finding out about my new relationship, she even attacked me in a public space and then claimed self defence. She has twisted my sons mind who has has a relationship with me since birth, she has told my son that I have a new family and that I don’t love him, as that is what my son told his cousin when he saw him.I tried medication but she is not having any of it, I have the opp. Now to go to court but worried what I can do if my son doesn’t want to see me, it’s due to his fear of his mother, it’s causing me a lot of anxiety and stress as I have another partner and we have a 6 month old son and it’s causing me a lot of stress, what are my chances in court?

Our Response:
At its heart, Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is where one parents attempts to turn the children against the other parent. Where divorces are less than amicable, it’s sadly not uncommon, and generally used by mothers in an attempt to ensure little or no contact between their exes and children, please see link here. Cafcass and the courts are taking Parental Alientation more seriously and the courts do want non-resident parents to have a relationship with their child. They will get to the bottom of whether they think this is a case of Parental Alienation or not when they talk to your son.
SeparatedDads - 12-Jun-18 @ 11:54 AM
My ex hasn’t allowed me to see my 7 year old since finding out about my new relationship, she even attacked me in a public space and then claimed self defence. She has twisted my sons mind who has has a relationship with me since birth, she has told my son that I have a new family and that I don’t love him, as that is what my son told his cousin when he saw him. I tried medication but she is not having any of it, I have the opp. Now to go to court but worried what I can do if my son doesn’t want to see me, it’s due to his fear of his mother, it’s causing me a lot of anxiety and stress as I have another partner and we have a 6 month old son and it’s causing me a lot of stress, what are my chances in court?
Peshey - 11-Jun-18 @ 4:13 AM
ParmSG - Your Question:
Since I have been out of work, last year Aug 2017, the same month CSA payments stopped. My Ex has denied me having access to my child even asking numerous times in having her, excuses are mainly homework. I have a court order in place since 2012 which allowed me to have my child every other weekend. As time progressed we mutually agreed this setup was getting too much for me. I was traveling 580 miles on the weekend I had my daughter.She is now claiming that my relationship has deteriorated with my child in her last letter from her solicitor. However, when I requested to have my child literally a month and a half ago there was no mention of this and she happily asked times and dates. Me and my child exchange numerous messages daily lately and facetime contact lasts an average 1 hour 30 minutes weekly. My solicitor is now suggesting because we want a variation in the court order the original order cannot be enforced and my time with my child should possibly be built up slowly.

Our Response:
I think this is a matter for the courts to decide (if you cannot resolve these issues via mediation or via your solicitor). You can apply for a variation to the order if you are finding the commute too much. If you are still very much in your child's life, I cannot see why building up access again would be an issue. However, if it were the case (perhaps your solicitor is treading cautiously) it would only be a short-term arrangement, after which you would be able to revert to the longterm arrangement of the revised agreement.
SeparatedDads - 8-Jun-18 @ 2:06 PM
Since I have been out of work, last year Aug 2017, the same month CSA payments stopped. My Ex has denied me having access to my child even asking numerous times in having her, excuses are mainly homework. I have a court order in place since 2012 which allowed me to have my child every other weekend. As time progressed we mutually agreed this setup was getting too much for me. I was traveling 580 miles on the weekend I had my daughter. She is now claiming that my relationship has deteriorated with my child in her last letter from her solicitor. However, when I requested to have my child literally a month and a half ago there was no mention of this and she happily asked times and dates. Me and my child exchange numerous messages daily lately and facetime contact lasts an average 1 hour 30 minutes weekly. My solicitor is now suggesting because we want a variation in the court order the original order cannot be enforced and my time with my child should possibly be built up slowly.
ParmSG - 6-Jun-18 @ 1:17 AM
Ryank4y - Your Question:
So I've been with my current partner for a few months Now, I previously had good contact with my child. I have recently moved in with my partner so we live together and my ex doesn't like it, who is the mother of my child. I want to have overnight stays at my house but my ex is refusing because she doesn't like my partner. I have tried mediation and she didn't respond so I am now going to be taking her to court, what chances do I stand of getting overnight stays ?

Our Response:
If you have had consistent contact with your daughter until your ex came along, then it is likely the court will reinstate this, regardless of whether your ex likes your partner or not. As in all cases, the court’s main concern is the welfare of the child in question. The court will always put the child’s best interests first and this main issue will determine the outcome of any application for an order.
SeparatedDads - 5-Jun-18 @ 12:03 PM
ChelsLou27 - Your Question:
I'm hoping someone may be able to help. My partner received a text this morning from his son's mom stating that his son won't be coming for contact this weekend due to "safeguarding concerns" and that she is seeking advice. My partner has already been to court over 18 months ago regarding visitation which resulted in a court order where he has visitation every other weekend Friday pm - Sunday pm. She now won't respond to calls / texts for further information. The relationship between my partner and his ex is not positive, with little communication between the two. She as recently moved into a large housing complex and won't tell my partner the house number, we just have to wait on the car park when we collect his son.We're not sure what we should do or who we should speak to about this, as we have no idea why she is accusing my partner of something.

Our Response:
Your partner would have to refer the matter back to court for a breach of the contact order, please see link here . Your partner would also have to fill in a C4 form (if he does not know his child's address). This is an application for an order for disclosure of a child's whereabouts, please see link here . This will allow the court to serve the papers on his ex, by putting a trace on the address.
SeparatedDads - 5-Jun-18 @ 11:17 AM
So I've been with my current partner for a few months Now, I previously had good contact with my child. I have recently moved in with my partner so we live together and my ex doesn't like it, who is the mother of my child. I want to have overnight stays at my house but my ex is refusing because she doesn't like my partner. I have tried mediation and she didn't respond so I am now going to be taking her to court, what chances do I stand of getting overnight stays ?
Ryank4y - 4-Jun-18 @ 6:22 PM
Is it illegal for a father to refuse to send him to school without the Mother’s permission?
Renay - 4-Jun-18 @ 3:38 PM
I'm hoping someone may be able to help. My partner received a text this morning from his son's mom stating that his son won't be coming for contact this weekend due to "safeguarding concerns" and that she is seeking advice. My partner has already been to court over 18 months ago regarding visitation which resulted in a court order where he has visitation every other weekend Friday pm - Sunday pm. She now won't respond to calls / texts for further information. The relationship between my partner and his ex is not positive, with little communication between the two. She as recently moved into a large housing complex and won't tell my partner the house number, we just have to wait on the car park when we collect his son. We're not sure what we should do or who we should speak to about this, as we have no idea why she is accusing my partner of something.
ChelsLou27 - 1-Jun-18 @ 11:47 AM
Jo - Your Question:
My daughter is desperate to spend time with her father, she is 4 years of age. the father refused to go on the birth certificate despite having 6 children with another women. Who he is in regular contact with, he lives with them all and provides for them financially. He does not do this for our child somehow they have managed to play the system and have made the authorities believe that there is no relationship between them despite living together. My point is that this is a demonstration of their deviant ways. He does not provide any emotional or financial support to our child. He refused to go on the birth certificate, despite admitting his responsibility to cms. Despite all of this I would like my daughter to know her father is there anything I could to make this happen. Albeit in a setting where it is monitored.or do I just need to accept he has just shunned her in every aspect.

Our Response:
The courts will not force an unwilling parent to see their child, if it is against the parent's wishes.
SeparatedDads - 31-May-18 @ 3:03 PM
Stevo - Your Question:
Hi, I have been split up from my ex partner for 6 years now, I have twin boys who are nearly 7 and I have had no issues seeing them. My ex has since married another guy and things have started going down hill. I think he is behind it. I no longer have any contact with her as he has messaged me saying I no longer have a right to message her regarding anything? I haven't seen my boys for weeks now and cant get any response. He has even threatened me where the police got involved. I have filled in paperwork for mediation so waiting to hear back. Do I have a right to ask her or message her regarding the kids? Its killing me not seeing them as I usually have them 2 nights a week.

Our Response:
If your ex has requested that you no longer contact her directly and she is denying access, then unfortunately your only recourse is to apply via mediation or court (as advised in the article). If you need any further advice and support, you may wish to join the Separated Dads forum which will help you further.
SeparatedDads - 31-May-18 @ 2:02 PM
@robo.my advice you accepted the break up of your ex now expect you can't see your child .and stay clear from your ex I think she out to get you .my x is out to get me she was sleeping with my uncle they are in love .he found out my ex made contract with my family and because of that he on Facebook now trying to get her again its so funny to me I said in passing To my motherI was going into a different job description now he gone in same direction I am wtf this blokes want her bad he always did for years .I feel my aunty and my x is well she not my cup of tea .I regret having child to her I have just wiped the lot.
c.laurie - 31-May-18 @ 1:47 AM
Hello my ex is a complete nightmare. Ever since we broke up in June 2017 she has been completely difficult. We weren't even broken up three months before she filed for divorce and refused me access to my daughter till the divorce was final and even then she filed for me to pay her back for it. Admittly like most heart broken people I didn't want it to be over I wanted her to reconsider etc. She ended it over me watching porn. Anyways I signed the divorce paper thinking it be the end of her difficult behaviour but no she rang my work said id been watching porn at work while teaching my pupils. Using the computers to watch it along many other accusations. I was suspended whilst it was investigated and and thankfully cleared. Next up social services called me to say ex had rang with concerns that I'm apparently emotionally abusing her and neglecting her (giving her food and drink she's not allowed causing pain and discomfort and thrush and bowl problems etc) and watching porn in front of my daughter) apparently daughter who's 3 told her all of the above) nothing further heard from ss. Contact had been suspended at this point for nearly 2 months no contact from her. I applied for mediation she messed around with it then finally went. Separate rooms. Contact with daughter reinstated for a few weeks then she emailed to say she is suspending it again due to further concerns.. so I've not seen my daughter again for a few weeks. Today I received from the court a c1a algergation of harm and abuse. It's a load of lies. She put she and along with my daughter have been subjected to abuse and harm etc. She said gp made a referal to social services for safe guarding concerns. Step2wellbeing and freedom program. Ss opened an investigation into safe guarding concerns and child in need opened. Police been informed. She's had cbt therpy, counselling and referal to freedom program. Social services have made a referal to police for safe guarding concerns regarding me watching porn. She asked the court to allow her to take my daughter out the country as I've refused and wants them to agree with out my consent and over night contact should not be granted due to my violent porn addiction and safeguard measures are in place for limited unsupervised contact and police are aware. I'm so scared she is trying to get my parental rights removed by making up a pack of lies. I've had one call from social services. I've never spoken to police and had any other calls from safeguarding or other services or received letters etc. She has apparently been in contact with all the above people named. I've never done anything other then not wanting my family to split up and then after I accepted it I just wanted to see my daughter. She only grants me three hours one day a week and I'm being accursed of all sorts. I applied for mediation as I wanted to see my daughter more. I never applied for a child arrangment order as mediator told me I couldn't do it with out medi
Robo - 31-May-18 @ 1:04 AM
@stevo.don't worry mate just don't pay let her husband pay its he's job now .mate look on the bright side of things you don't have the burden of looking after the kids more time on the Golf courseWorking on that tiger woods swing .and more time with the gf you and I both no they don't like other women's kids .less food to buy and mess to clean up .hey I think us men get a sweet deal try to look at it like that bro .
c.laurie - 30-May-18 @ 11:30 PM
Hi, i have been split up from my ex partner for 6 years now, i have twin boys who are nearly 7 and i have had no issues seeing them. My ex has since married another guy and things have started going down hill. I think he is behind it. I no longer have any contact with her as he has messaged me saying i no longer have a right to message her regarding anything? I haven't seen my boys for weeks now and cant get any response. He has even threatened me where the police got involved. I have filled in paperwork for mediation so waiting to hear back. Do i have a right to ask her or message her regarding the kids? Its killing me not seeing them as i usually have them 2 nights a week.
Stevo - 30-May-18 @ 9:36 PM
My daughter is desperate to spend time with her father, she is 4 years of age.... the father refused to go on the birth certificate despite having 6 children with another women. Who he is in regular contact with, he lives with them all and provides for them financially. He does not do this for our child somehow they have managed to play the system and have made the authorities believe that there is no relationship between them despite living together. My point is that this is a demonstration of their deviant ways. He does not provide any emotional or financial support to our child. He refused to go on the birth certificate, despite admitting his responsibility to cms. Despite all of this I would like my daughter to know her father is there anything I could to make this happen. Albeit in a setting where it is monitored .or do I just need to accept he has just shunned her in every aspect .
Jo - 29-May-18 @ 5:54 AM
I'm experiencing this from the other side .my grandchildrensdad is so unreliable .he will see them regularly several times a week then it dwindles down to once a fortnight or maybe not see them for months .worse he will cancel minutes before the visit, which really upsets my granddaughter , or be several.hours late .its beginning to have an effect on my grand daughter whose 4 .she is angry at her dad sometimes but also with her mum .telling her she doesn't love her .would rather live with her dad .we tried mediation but cancelled because he wouldn't even sit in a room with us and seeing as he was allowed access when ever he wanted it seemed ridiculous to sort visits out we knew already he wouldn't turn up to .he constantly says he's too busy to see them and he finds getting to her house difficult. He only lives 50 minutes walk away and there are buses .he doesn't work and mutual.friends say he spends hours and hours just playing on his Xbox .what we'd like to know and no one seems to know is .is it more damaging psychologically for them to have no contact with them or allow him to keep letting her down when she is sat waiting for him. He goes weeks when he's so busy he can't spare them any time at all..when we try explain how damaging his behavior is he just uses it as an excuse not to see them. He says its awkward and blames us for not seeing them .the question is should their mom cut contact until he goes to the trouble of getting a court order or just allow him to dip in and out of their lives even though it is causing his children heartache and making them mid behave .
Nanny51 - 11-May-18 @ 3:30 PM
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tashnic - 7-May-18 @ 4:08 AM
John hart - Your Question:
Hi I haven't see my son for over a year I've done mediation witch my ex cancelled then gave me her home address to go see my son and put him to bed witch I did. I took photos while I was there as evidence just in case it went wrong. Everythibk was going ok I was going to see my son every other week end and taking him out with his mum the last time I took him out I took a little teddy from a shop with out paying coz my son wanted it and because of this she stop it all again. I took her to court and spent £9000 cafcass supported me social surported me and had to see my son in contact centre supervised witch I done for a while and got good reports but when I went to court and had to pay for court report a women who had never seen me with my son or anythink kept raising concerns but wouldn't raise what they where but recommend more sessions witch I would do but this happen ed every time and at £45 an hr I could afford it anymore and had to walk away I've tried everythibk but she still won't let me see my boy this is killing me I now have a little girl who us 7 months old that has a right to know who her bother is please help

Our Response:
Unfortunately, your only recourse is to take the matter to court. If you are on a low income, you can get a reduction in court fees, please see link here.If you cannot afford legal representation, you can self-litigate, please see link here . It is likely (if you haven't seen your son for over a year) a court would rule to continue with supervised visits for a period of time.
SeparatedDads - 3-May-18 @ 9:41 AM
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