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  Rationale around emergency NMOs
Posted by: BirminghamUK - 07-06-2020, 09:12 PM - Forum: Fathers’ Rights, Legal Info, Court Orders - Replies (3)

What is the rationale around courts quickly granting NMOs without notice to the respondent without due process or even analysing fact or any evidence.

It's like putting someone in jail because so and so said so and shortly after hearing the 'jailee's' defence.... oh you are free to go now, false alarm!....

Suppose the family court is thinking 'it's only a notice/order, it's not exactly imprisonmemt'

Bet the number of NMO's applied for in the UK against the non resident parent / father is probably 80%+

This is a joke!

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  Non Mol Order Clause
Posted by: BirminghamUK - 07-05-2020, 10:08 PM - Forum: Fathers’ Rights, Legal Info, Court Orders - Replies (10)

Hi

in the recent interim type provisional non mol order there is a clause that goes soemthing along the lines of

Whether by himself or acting jointly with any other person is forbidden to :

g. Communicate with the applicant, "Cruella Deville", whether by letter, telephone, text message or other means of communication except through her solicitors "Some of us lie through our teeth & we have no Soul Legal Advocates"

I usually receive email update from the ex on weekends. Didnt get one this weekend.
I usually have whatsapp video call mid week, i send an email selecting a slot and I initiate the call.

if I email to either follow up the missed weekly update from mother or email to select a time slot, am i in breach of the Non Mol?
if i initiate the whatsapp video call in the week, am i in breach of the Non Mol?

in plain english if I communicate with the ex regarding the update or slot selection i will be in breach.

Does that mean I have to contact/liaise with the solicitors for everything while this Non Mol is in force?

Thanks

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  COURT ADMIN HELP
Posted by: FRAM - 07-04-2020, 10:08 PM - Forum: Contact & Residence Issues, Problems with Child Arrangements - Replies (8)

Dear separated dads,

I hope you are all doing well and stay strong.

NEED SOME URGENT BUT EASY ADVICE

I have a new court date on the 16/7 for matters related to passports. Mother of our two children accusing me to try to take the children abroad....bizarre.

Anyway everything seem solved but the ex wife is coming up with continuous new accusations so I suppose I will receive new material from the Court?

1) I have never returned a C7 (the form confirming  my details) am I in trouble? I am in contact with CAFCASS and have a call on Monday 5/7

2) I have prepared my reply to the ex wife accusation. I have contacted the Court and I can send by email. Do I need to send all my material in one go or can I add up to 7 days before the hearing?

Thanks,

Fram

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  New Non Molestation Order whilst court order for child contact is already in place
Posted by: BirminghamUK - 07-04-2020, 08:48 AM - Forum: Fathers’ Rights, Legal Info, Court Orders - Replies (10)

Someone came and hand delivered a non molestation order this morning. It is pending to be either discharged or enforced depending on outcome. it's a application made by the mother. First Hearing is end of July. Attached with it is a position statement making a load of fake allegations.

Why would someone apply for a non mol so late in the process, I've already gone through safeguarding, s7 etc and I've already got a court order for contact in my hand from sept 2019.

How will this affect the current situation, current order and the varied order that I have applied for.

Current situation is

She emails me weekly update on child.

Regarding whatsapp video call once weekly, I email her every wednesday selecting a slot of 5-530 or 530-6. The video call takes place.

Once contact centre opens up again I will try and see my child again on a fortnightly basis while waiting for the next hearing regarding contact and CAFCASS intervention.

I am still allowed to email her regarding child right? Or am I in breach and they can arrest me?

Cruella Deville is attacking me from many directions, criminal damage, arson, non molestation order, how do these people sleep at night all cosy... are they that miserable that they have to do all this???

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  order discrepancy
Posted by: SeanS - 07-03-2020, 06:53 PM - Forum: Contact & Residence Issues, Problems with Child Arrangements - Replies (18)

So as some of you know I had my final hearing back in Jan ( bit of stroke luck just before the lockdown !) and since then I and children having great time together. It started with contact build up leading to overnights which again going spectacularly well. 

But there was one problem which I didn't think would be a serious issue at the time, as I thought it would be relatively easy to fix...

Court on the day ordered children to stay with dad a) every Wednesday nights and b) saturday overnights. So far all good and I have the transcription of the judgement fully supporting the arrangement. BUT at the time of typing the order out, Judge somehow mistakenly inserted 'alternate' word before Saturday overnights line item. I thought this is such a simple typo I could get it fixed with the help of transcription...

As it happens in this uncertain world and dads have to fight not just the system and narcissistic mothers, also have to fight the blooming human errors and now covid !..Lockdown happened, judge moved to another court, and the mother although I gave her a copy of the transcription to show the typo error, very conveniently sided with the buggered order and said I could only have children alternate Saturdays instead of every Saturday ( I wasn't too shocked to be honest, if she is reading this she will have karma following her !)

I have reached out to the court and the judge but I haven't been getting much response. So question is what are my options in getting the order fixed. At the moment although I have my wednesday overnight are intact, Saturday overnights are every other weekend, so children don't see their dad for a whole week. 

Thank you, sorry for the long background

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  Do I have any rights regarding the house?
Posted by: Andy1973 - 07-02-2020, 09:54 AM - Forum: Fathers’ Rights, Legal Info, Court Orders - No Replies

Hi all

I was divorced about 5 years ago and I've been continuing to jointly own the family home as the girls are 12 and 8 years old. I've had a civil relationship with their mum for a while but her she seems to have turned nasty since meeting a new guy. This has made me question how I can cut ties with the woman.

When I was forced out of the house by the court order, she has changed the locks to the house without my consent and is refusing to give me back my belongings in the house saying that after 4 years they are now hers. I kept them there for safe keeping and she didn't seem to mind before. I'm not really bothered about accessing the house but I'm not sure she has a right to not give me a key? I had a read of the court order as at the time of the divorce I was out of my mind and signed anything put in front of me. I didn't have a solicitor as I was skint so her representative tore me to pieces. It also states that I must pay half the mortgage until the kids finish full time education. Is there no way of forcing a sale or walking away from it all? Can I take the case back to court? Just seems a bit unfair that I'm stuck with this mortgage close to when I retire and can't buy anything for myself. I agreed to the pay for the sake of the kids but I'm conscious that time is against me and I need to move on and get somewhere the kids can stay and is an investment for them in the future.

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  House sale and cms
Posted by: civic4 - 07-01-2020, 10:10 PM - Forum: Child Maintenance, Finances etc - Replies (4)

I finally sold my house split the equity, purchased a new house and now got no financial ties with my ex wife now house is sold. Basically she blew the lot I'm talking thousands, she on benefits, so I guess that her reason, to spend it quick. I was hoping that be end of it. No she now after some my share, apparently kids are entitled to it. I struggle like mad get a mortgage and on my limit. I have savings, but basically to do up my new property. So she now threatening to report me to CMS I'm already paying maintaince through them, also giving her a little bit extra, as i still cant see my kids, due to lock down, something else she milking. Apparently if you got savings, my ex wife and children are entitle to a share is this correct, I dont know how she knows I got savings but it literally, to pile into my house i bought. How i see it would end up as the kids inheritance anyway. So if she does report me will my payments go up, I desperately want to see my kids too, but this corona lock down really annoying, I been working all the way through it.

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  Holidays
Posted by: Londoniandad - 06-30-2020, 09:07 PM - Forum: Your Court Results/Outcomes - Replies (2)

So sorry to come on here again but I have no one else to seek advice.
Court order says set days in 6 week holidays, but we can both take the children away for 7 days so long as we five 3 month notice.
My ex told me the week she intended to take them away and vice versa. I haven't needed to cancel mine as it is in August and in UK whereas she has cancelled hers but hasn't told me when she would want to rearrange. I've text her with what the court order says and the dates she'd asked for in addition to mine. I've said I'll be flexible due to covid 19. She's ignored that so I have no idea what the 6 weeks are gonna like l. Do I text again? If she breaks away from the court order without telling me first, is it a further breach. I'm worried she'd just tell me she's having 7 days as and when she feels like it

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  Make unreasonable parent alienation a criminal offence.
Posted by: scotay - 06-30-2020, 11:40 AM - Forum: Contact & Residence Issues, Problems with Child Arrangements - Replies (6)

Lets try get this to 10k & share.

Petition
Make unreasonable parent alienation a criminal offence.

I am petitioning to change the law so that parent alienation becomes a chargeable offence. Manipulation of a child by one parent against the other has become so common in family breakdowns that it should be dealt with like other forms of neglect or child abuse.

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/314856

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  Printing out C79 application query
Posted by: Sadman2016 - 06-30-2020, 08:10 AM - Forum: Fathers’ Rights, Legal Info, Court Orders - Replies (7)

Has anyone else had difficulty printing the form out in that the section where you add the reasons for application scrolls down inside a box but then only prints the area you can read?  The only way around this is to print a copy, scroll down and then print again and staple the second section to the first?  Seems not exactly ideal.

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