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#1
Hi

As some of you know I met the most wonderful woman, unfortunately we have now split up - the issue here is that she was also my supporter, so I either need to find a new one or get her removed and the ex to allow me to have my daughter by myself - ex has offered a Contact Center or her following us as an alternative - neither really appeal to me.

Anyone got any advice?  I am in a rough place at the moment but trying to keep it together.

Invis
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#2
Can the order not be varied to allow contact unsupervised? If it has been going well so far it might be worth asking.
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#3
Hi hazy

There hasn't been any issues from my side but my ex is sticking her heels in and says I need to wait another year before I can have her by myself

Basically she won't budge

Invis
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#4
Could well be worth a try I think.

It is a circumstance beyond your control and to have an ex following behind as supervised contact is beyond realistic. A contact centre would be better than that. I know you don't want that but as a result of it you may get a report on how contact is going which could help hasten progress to unsupervised contact. Have a think about it. Its not for your ex to set the time frame.

If you had a relative or friend who could assist I am sure you would have mentioned it so your options could be limited.
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#5
I won't accept a contact centre

My ex has offered to write a letter to the courts supporting the fact I am a great dad with a very tight bond to his daughter

My ex-wife isn't amenable to this at all and would rather she be the supporter or it goes to a contact centre

She is also trying to get me on an alleged court order breach when it was her that breached it first about 3 months ago

TBH I am tired of all this
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#6
It is completely understandable that you are tired of it all. Sometimes I wonder if the system is set up to bring about a reaction like this to make you walk away.

Don't let them win!
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