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Forum Rules and Code of Conduct

By: Clare Birtles - Updated: 20 Mar 2017 | comments*Discuss
 
Forum Code Of Conduct Forum Rules

We hope that members will find support, advice, humour and friendly conversation here. To ensure that happens smoothly, we have created a brief code of conduct for members. It's not long and rambling, so please take time to read it, before posting.

Separated Dads Forum Code of Conduct

Language/Defamatory Remarks:

Do not post anything that could be construed as racist, homophobic, sexist, harassment, pornographic or abuse.

Anybody can read this forum, so please do not use sexually explicit language or swear words. Avoid using names in your posts (eg. those of spouses, professionals, ex partners, children etc); you may be putting them (and yourself) at risk by doing so.

Personal Attacks:

Do not make personal attacks on other forum members.

If another discussion member makes a personal/abusive remark directed at you, do not respond with a similar attack of your own. Contact the administrator or a moderator.

Links/Self Advertising:

Posts will be removed if we feel a link or comment has been posted as a means of self advertising, self promotion, or which we consider to be spam.

Only post links/urls which are on topic and of use to other forum members.

Discussion Topics:

Only post a thread once, under the appropriate forum topic. Duplicate threads will be removed. Please keep discussions on topic. If you want to talk about something that is not relevant to the current thread, create a new one.

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Paul - Your Question:
I have 2 daughter's aged 12 and 17 and my ex is making it near impossible to see my children. My eldest I feel has been turned against me and I hardly see anymore, I only get the random message usually asking for stuff. My youngest wants to stay with me as much as possible and due to me being with a woman my ex does not like she makes it impossible for me to so. I live with my new partner and also live 60 miles away so I have no other option but have her stay with me. My ex keeps making excuses after excuse and I have to bend over backwards to accommodate but this is now no longer an option. My ex has a new bloke and she has introduced him to my daughter's without asking my opinion so it seems all one way.I have looked at the options available and it seems like unless you have loads of money to constantly take the mum to court to get an order (which keeps being broken)What can I do??????

Our Response:
If your ex is denying you access and you cannot afford legal fees, you can self litigate, please see link here. However, mediation should be attempted in the first instance in order to try to resolve any issues, please see link here. Mediation has to be explored before the courts will allow you to apply.
SeparatedDads - 21-Mar-17 @ 1:46 PM
I have 2 daughter's aged 12 and 17 and my ex is making it near impossible to see my children. My eldest i feel has been turned against me and i hardly see anymore, i only get the random message usually asking for stuff. My youngest wants to stay with me as much as possible and due to me being with a woman my ex does not like she makes it impossible for me to so. I live with my new partner and also live 60 miles away so i have no other option but have her stay with me. My ex keeps making excuses after excuse and i have to bend over backwards to accommodate but this is now no longer an option. My ex has a new bloke and she has introduced him to my daughter's without asking my opinion so it seems all one way. I have looked at the options available and it seems like unless you have loads of moneyto constantly take the mum to court to get an order (which keeps being broken) What can i do??????
Paul - 20-Mar-17 @ 8:32 PM
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