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Any thoughts on this.Im baffled.
I keep this short.

I don't expect much competency from professionals given the bulls up they have created in the past.

Would it be fair to say that the non resident parent should have contact every weekend?

As this is something that was mentioned during the S7 visit, as the non resident parent does not see the child much and this may be recommended?

The child is currently seen every other weekend and a few tea time contacts on the 2nd week. The usual standard contact for a non resident parent plus a additional tea time time contact thrown in for good measure.

So the bottom line is that if you are a non resident dad would every weekend contact be promoted.?

We all know the answer to that. It will simply be a No.
I'm a little confused to why they would state this.

The other point mentioned is that the non resident parent arrives and returned late for all this acceptable?

As the resident parent has always highlighted to the non resident parent of this to ensure some stability.The non resident parent makes this an issue its being highlighted.

It appears that it is ok and that the resident parent should not focus on the lateness?

So should we just then ignore the directions of the court order around times of contact?.

As I know many dads on here are non resident parents and outcomes of child proceedings are usually that you become the every other weekend daddy.

So why is it so difficult to establish this pattern of contact when the non res parent is the mother.

I do hope that this mess created by the courts and professionals is gearing in the right directions this time round. A simple child arrangement order is all I ask. Yet it has been far from that. No one likes a dad being a resident parent.

If anyone is expecting a Sec visit. I think 30 minutes will take some beating. It may a very well been 20 mins.

Lets see how this pans out.
Ive gone through the mill ,having to appeal the, original micky mouse order, have a rule 16.4 appointed, as their appears that the case is somewhat high end??? Jokers. Did you not think it was so severe when you made the order first time round? So why the Mi5 -treatment now?

I am expecting that the judge will order I grow some boobies if I am to remain the resident parent.

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Any thoughts on this.Im baffled. - by asd1270 - 05-31-2018, 03:01 PM
RE: Any thoughts in this.Im baffled. - by asd1270 - 05-31-2018, 04:33 PM

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