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What Happens If My Ex Keeps the Children Without My Consent?

By: Abigail Taylor - Updated: 24 Jul 2017 | comments*Discuss
 
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The thought of your ex partner taking your children is the worst nightmare of many parents, and so if it happens, understandably it is a very emotional and stressful time. Many people turn to the police for help to return their children, but how much the police can help is very dependent upon your personal situation. If both parents have Parental Responsibility and one parent is keeping the children against the other's wishes, the police CANNOT help, even if the children do not normally live with them. However, if the parent does not have Parental Responsibility, the police will be able to intervene.

So what is Parental Responsibility?

The Children Act 1989 defines 'Parental Responsibility' as 'all the rights, duties, powers, responsibilities and authority which by law a parent of a child has in relation to the child'.In plain English, this means that you have responsibility to:

  • house the child
  • protect and maintain the child
  • make decisions about their education
  • name the child
  • consent to any medical treatment for the child

Mothers automatically have Parental Responsibility as they are listed on the child's birth certificate. A father will automatically have Parental Responsibility if he was married to the mother at the time of the birth or was listed on the birth certificate. Alternatively, both parents can sign a Parental Responsibility Agreement and register it with the courts, or more commonly, a father can apply to the courts for Parental Responsibility.

To apply to the courts, you will need to fill in form C1 found at Gov.UK - Forms and Guidance. A court fee of £215 is also payable though you may be able to get assistance with this if you receive benefits or have a low income.

But what if both parents have Parental Responsibility?

The father of my son has decided not to return my child. He has access every week, but we had an argument about what time he should return my child and he said he wasn't going to return him as he has parental responsibility and he has found out he can legally keep our son. I called the police, but they said they can do nothing about it as he is named on the birth certificate and therefore has PR. I am beside myself with worry. It has been four days now and my ex is still refusing to return him. My son is only four and has never been away from me longer than a day. I can't eat or sleep and I am beside myself with worry. I just want my little boy back.

If both parents have Parental Responsibility then the police cannot intervene to take the child off one parent and give them to the other; the police cannot choose between parents, that is the remit of the courts.

In this situation, if you are concerned about being able to see the children, or, if you think that the children should live with you, you can apply for a Child Arrangement Order.

Note: You may have heard about Contact Orders or Residence Orders. A Child Arrangement Order replaces these older orders but those with Contact or Residence Orders need not re-apply. Also confusingly often those in practice will still refer to (for example) obtaining a Residence Order when applying for a Child Arrangement Order.]

What is a Child Arrangement Order?

This court order determines where your child lives, which relatives they have contact with, and what type of contact (e.g. in person, phone calls, or letters). Anyone with Parental Responsibility can apply for an Order.

To apply to the courts, you will need to fill in form C100 found at Gov.UK - Forms and Guidance. A court fee of £215 is also payable though you may be able to get assistance with this if you receive benefits or have a low income.

I am a father of two children six and three. When I went round to pick them up last week I found my ex collapsed on the sofa through drink and drugs and her ex partner also high on drugs. My daughter and son were not dressed and my daughter's nappy had not been changed for hours and she was playing with food in the dog's bowl. I have heard they are not being fed or looked after properly and the Social Services are looking into this.

Ordinarily, the court will give notice of the hearing to both parties so that they can attend and give their side of the story. However if you think that your child / children may be in danger, then you may be able to apply for an emergency without notice hearing which will be much quicker than a full "with notice hearing". However be aware that this will only be a temporary solution and that any without notice hearing will be followed shortly after by a full "with notice" hearing in which the court order may be changed. If you are considering this option, seek professional advice or contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau for some free assistance.

If you can show that your former partner is not able or appropriate to look after your child / children, you may be able to get an order stating that the children should live with you. However you will need to evidence this.

Below are easy ways to obtain this evidence:

  • Take photographs of the condition of your children when you see them (e.g. unwashed / dirty clothes / dirty nappy)
  • Video or photograph your interaction with your former partner when going to collect your children, including any condition of their house as you can see it from areas into which you are invited / the doorway. However remember that you must not trespass into the property.
  • Take a witness with you when you go to try to collect the children (e.g. a family friend or if possible an independent person such as a local church minister).

Note that the courts are very unlikely to not award at least contact to a parent, even if they are inappropriate to look after a child. However this contact may be indirect, such as by letter, or supervised at a contact centre.

Remember that whilst the police cannot take a child away from a parent with Parental Responsibility, they are able to intervene and remove a child if there is a real risk to life. If you are concerned about a real and immediate threat to your child's safety, speak to your local police force and social services.

If you are unsure about your rights, speak to your local Citizens Advice Bureau who will be able to provide you with free assistance. The courts may be able to help, but this can be a lengthy process and you will need to evidence any concerns. It is therefore important to know your options before seeking a court order.

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Cooper73 - Your Question:
Hi, my ex partner is threatening to take our daughter away to live in a different part of England (300 miles away). Can she take her without my permission. Thank you.

Our Response:
If you have parental responsibility, then your ex has to request your consent. However, if you feel your ex may take your child without your consent you can apply for a Prohibited Steps Order. A PSO is an order granted by the court in family cases which prevents either parent from carrying out certain events or making specific trips with their children without the express permission of the other parent. This is more common in cases where there is suspicion that one parent may leave the area with their children. As is all cases the court will decide what it thinks is in the best interests of the child. If your ex can justify her reasons for wanting to make the move such as family ties, help, work etc the court may award her permission. Likewise, you would have to justify why it was not in the best interests of your ex to move your daughter away from you i.e schooling, friends, family ties, stability, her relationship with you etc. Therefore, it is always best to try to negotiate with your ex regarding what you both think is in the best interests of your child, if you can. Otherwise, I suggest you seek some legal advice.
SeparatedDads - 25-Jul-17 @ 10:27 AM
Hi, my ex partner is threatening to take ourdaughter away to live in a different part of England (300 miles away). Can she take her without my permission. Thank you.
Cooper73 - 24-Jul-17 @ 2:37 AM
deno - Your Question:
Hello. My wife left two days ago with my young son.And carried all her belonging and further took along my cars logbook but I have the car with Me she has so far refused to to engage in any kind of conversion. She only texts me saying I should not forget to take care of the child. But I don't know where she is

Our Response:
If your ex continues not to inform you where she is with your son and you want to apply for contact, then you would have to apply through the courts. You should fill in a C100 contact form and a C4 form which is an application for an order for disclosure of a child’s whereabouts. This means the courts can put a trace on your son in order to help you bring the matter to court for contact.
SeparatedDads - 17-Jul-17 @ 12:02 PM
Hello... My wife left two days ago with my young son ..And carried all her belonging and further took along my cars logbook but I have the car with Me she has so far refused to to engage in any kind of conversion... She only texts me saying I should not forget to take care of the child... But I don't know where she is
deno - 15-Jul-17 @ 12:12 PM
Dangle- Your Question:
I need help, my wife and I separated in 2014, now since June last year she has stopped all contact with my four children, she is telling them I don't want to see them which is ludicrous, to the point where she dragged my you gest boy into a shop so he couldn't speek to me, can't afford court as I work for n agency n don't get 40 hours every week ,I'm at a loss I just want to see my children

Our Response:
If your ex will not consider attending mediation in order to try to resolve the issue, you will be allowed to apply to court. If you cannot afford to be legally represented, you can self-litigate, please see link here .
SeparatedDads - 13-Jul-17 @ 4:05 PM
I need help, my wife and I separated in 2014, now since June last year she has stopped all contact with my four children, she is telling them I don't want to see them which is ludicrous, to the point where she dragged my you gest boy into a shop so he couldn't speek to me, can't afford court as I work for n agency n don't get 40 hours every week ,I'm at a loss I just want to see my children
Dangle - 11-Jul-17 @ 9:15 PM
Angiep83 - Your Question:
My ex partner has my 2 kids he won't let me see them or have them over night he drinks a lot and I don't think it's fair on the kids to stay there what should I do

Our Response:
You would have to suggest mediation to your ex in order to come to a resolution regarding access. If your child's father refuses mediation, your only option would be to apply to court, please see link here .
SeparatedDads - 11-Jul-17 @ 4:14 PM
My ex partner has my 2 kids he won't let me see them or have them over night he drinks a lot and I don't think it's fair on the kids to stay there what should I do
Angiep83 - 11-Jul-17 @ 2:42 PM
Hi me and my partner have been arguing constantly for the last 3-4 months and it's always over the same things him not helping with out two children. Also he is too rough with my oldest who is two to the point that when he tells him of and picks him up he's leaving marks on his skin form.been to forceful. My little boy as started to flinch when his dad shouts and I'm just wanting to know what right he has if I was to break up with him as I don't feel comfortable my children been alone with him
Sugar - 10-Jul-17 @ 8:28 PM
JB - Your Question:
My partner has a son from a previous drug related relationship we have been together 4 years and he calls me Dad and is treated by myself and my family as one. He is nearly 6.We also have a 1 year old daughter without my permission she has taken the children 350 miles away and not made any contact and does not have a mobile. She also has perhaps 3 mental health conditions and seriously self harms. We are taking to our lawyer about some injunctions but what else can I do. She left yesterday when I was at work. Worried sick about the children's health care and safety

Our Response:
You would have to apply directly to court and fill in a C4 form so the court can put a trace on the wherabouts of your children. You may also wish to alert Social Services if you feel your child/children need safeguarding , please see family Lives link here . As specified in the article, where a parent takes a child from the home without authorisation of the other parent with parental responsibility, then it is the remit of the courts to decide what it thinks is in the children's best interests.
SeparatedDads - 6-Jul-17 @ 1:56 PM
My partner has a son from a previous drug related relationship we have been together 4 years and he calls me Dad and is treated by myself and my family as one. He is nearly 6.We also have a 1 year old daughter without my permission she has taken the children 350 miles away and not made any contact and does not have a mobile. She also has perhaps 3 mental health conditions and seriously self harms. We are taking to our lawyer about some injunctions but what else can I do. She left yesterday when I was at work. Worried sick about the children's health care and safety
JB - 5-Jul-17 @ 8:20 AM
My daughter has got residence order from the court stating the girls live with her and the father sees them weekends , but three weeks ago he did not return the girls and we have just learnt he has taken them out of the country on holiday without permission no one seems to be helping my daughter get her kids back , she has applied for another court hearing but her ex won't let her see the the kids is there anything you can suggest please , thankyou
Chrissie - 8-Jun-17 @ 3:06 PM
Hi, I'm separated from my wife, mum of our 3 children 6, 4 and 2.I'm ashamed to admit that back in March we had a blazing row, whilst I was drunk that ended in me throwing objects, verbally abusing her and scaring her.I got arrested, and eventually released with a conditional caution (attend a drink awareness course), they also suggested I stayed away from the family home for a few days to let things cool down, which I did.Fast forward 6 weeks, and I was still living in my car whilst my wife regained her trust in me. During this period I had seen the children (and my wife) and had days out from week 4.Unfortunately at week 6 I'd had enough and went and 'let' myself in by breaking a window and went upstairs to tell my wife that she had nothing to fear and left.Got rearrasted and charged with non violent harassment (pleaded guilty).This was back in April 16th.My wife has now issued me a request to get divorced and a non mol order so I can't contact her etc.I haven't seen or spoke to my children since 16th April and it is sending me mad.The non mol says I can only contact the children via arrangement through the courts or a solicitor.I asked my wife's solicitor back at the end of April (6 weeks ago)how my wife would like to arrange contact, to which I have had no reply! I know I could get a C100 form but I was hoping to do this amicably and negotiate rather than risk a court give us what neither of us want. Help
Air6281 - 5-Jun-17 @ 5:21 AM
Hi, I'm separated from my wife, mum of our 3 children 6, 4 and 2.I'm ashamed to admit that back in March we had a blazing row, whilst I was drunk that ended in me throwing objects, verbally abusing her and scaring her.I got arrested, and eventually released with a conditional caution (attend a drink awareness course), they also suggested I stayed away from the family home for a few days to let things cool down, which I did.Fast forward 6 weeks, and I was still living in my car whilst my wife regained her trust in me. During this period I had seen the children (and my wife) and had days out from week 4.Unfortunately at week 6 I'd had enough and went and 'let' myself in by breaking a window and went upstairs to tell my wife that she had nothing to fear and left.Got rearrasted and charged with non violent harassment (pleaded guilty).This was back in April 16th.My wife has now issued me a request to get divorced and a non mol order so I can't contact her etc.I haven't seen or spoke to my children since 16th April and it is sending me mad.The non mol says I can only contact the children via arrangement through the courts or a solicitor.I asked my wife's solicitor back at the end of April (6 weeks ago)how my wife would like to arrange contact, to which I have had no reply! I know I could get a C100 form but I was hoping to do this amicably and negotiate rather than risk a court give us what neither of us want. Help
Air6281 - 4-Jun-17 @ 6:22 PM
Hi, I'm separated from my wife, mum of our 3 children 6, 4 and 2.I'm ashamed to admit that back in March we had a blazing row, whilst I was drunk that ended in me throwing objects, verbally abusing her and scaring her.I got arrested, and eventually released with a conditional caution (attend a drink awareness course), they also suggested I stayed away from the family home for a few days to let things cool down, which I did.Fast forward 6 weeks, and I was still living in my car whilst my wife regained her trust in me. During this period I had seen the children (and my wife) and had days out from week 4.Unfortunately at week 6 I'd had enough and went and 'let' myself in by breaking a window and went upstairs to tell my wife that she had nothing to fear and left.Got rearrasted and charged with non violent harassment (pleaded guilty).This was back in April 16th.My wife has now issued me a request to get divorced and a non mol order so I can't contact her etc.I haven't seen or spoke to my children since 16th April and it is sending me mad.The non mol says I can only contact the children via arrangement through the courts or a solicitor.I asked my wife's solicitor back at the end of April (6 weeks ago)how my wife would like to arrange contact, to which I have had no reply! I know I could get a C100 form but I was hoping to do this amicably and negotiate rather than risk a court give us what neither of us want. Help
Air6281 - 4-Jun-17 @ 11:41 AM
Hi, I'm separated from my wife, mum of our 3 children 6, 4 and 2.I'm ashamed to admit that back in March we had a blazing row, whilst I was drunk that ended in me throwing objects, verbally abusing her and scaring her.I got arrested, and eventually released with a conditional caution (attend a drink awareness course), they also suggested I stayed away from the family home for a few days to let things cool down, which I did.Fast forward 6 weeks, and I was still living in my car whilst my wife regained her trust in me. During this period I had seen the children (and my wife) and had days out from week 4.Unfortunately at week 6 I'd had enough and went and 'let' myself in by breaking a window and went upstairs to tell my wife that she had nothing to fear and left.Got rearrasted and charged with non violent harassment (pleaded guilty).This was back in April 16th.My wife has now issued me a request to get divorced and a non mol order so I can't contact her etc.I haven't seen or spoke to my children since 16th April and it is sending me mad.The non mol says I can only contact the children via arrangement through the courts or a solicitor.I asked my wife's solicitor back at the end of April (6 weeks ago)how my wife would like to arrange contact, to which I have had no reply! I know I could get a C100 form but I was hoping to do this amicably and negotiate rather than risk a court give us what neither of us want. Help
Air6281 - 4-Jun-17 @ 9:20 AM
Hi, I'm separated from my wife, mum of our 3 children 6, 4 and 2.I'm ashamed to admit that back in March we had a blazing row, whilst I was drunk that ended in me throwing objects, verbally abusing her and scaring her.I got arrested, and eventually released with a conditional caution (attend a drink awareness course), they also suggested I stayed away from the family home for a few days to let things cool down, which I did.Fast forward 6 weeks, and I was still living in my car whilst my wife regained her trust in me. During this period I had seen the children (and my wife) and had days out from week 4.Unfortunately at week 6 I'd had enough and went and 'let' myself in by breaking a window and went upstairs to tell my wife that she had nothing to fear and left.Got rearrasted and charged with non violent harassment (pleaded guilty).This was back in April 16th.My wife has now issued me a request to get divorced and a non mol order so I can't contact her etc.I haven't seen or spoke to my children since 16th April and it is sending me mad.The non mol says I can only contact the children via arrangement through the courts or a solicitor.I asked my wife's solicitor back at the end of April (6 weeks ago)how my wife would like to arrange contact, to which I have had no reply! I know I could get a C100 form but I was hoping to do this amicably and negotiate rather than risk a court give us what neither of us want. Help
Air6281 - 4-Jun-17 @ 9:06 AM
Mac - Your Question:
My son his 14 and lives with his dad but now wants to live with me can he make him go back if he don't want to thanks

Our Response:
Much depends upon whether there is a court order in place. If there is, then you would have to keep to the order. If not, the article explains all. However, it is never a good idea to keep a child without the other parent's consent - as it can backfire if the matter ends up in court.
SeparatedDads - 22-May-17 @ 12:41 PM
My son his 14 and lives with his dad but now wants to live with me can he make him go back if he don't want to thanks
Mac - 21-May-17 @ 11:01 PM
Manic - Your Question:
My daughter is living with me from Nov 2015 and still.now she is 3yrs 2 months. I putt the application I need full residence and ex putt cross. He said he want the child.he have not seen her for long time. He did not like her at all. Cafcass recommendethink in my favour. Daughter will stay with mother. There is no safeguarding issue no risk assessment. Is there any possibility Court can swich the residence. Cafcass Lady said I am.good mother in her report. Plz reply

Our Response:
The court will almost always adhere to what the Cafcass report says. The court will not switch residency unless it deems it absolutely necessary i.e in cases of neglect or where the primary carer can no longer look after the child. You have little to worry about.
SeparatedDads - 19-May-17 @ 2:18 PM
My daughter is living with me from Nov 2015 and still ..now she is 3yrs 2 months. I putt the application I need full residence and ex putt cross.He said he want the child.he have not seen her for long time . He did not like her at all. Cafcass recommendethink in my favour.Daughter will stay with mother. There is no safeguarding issueno risk assessment.Is there any possibility Court can swich the residence.Cafcass Lady saidI am.good mother in her report. Plz reply
Manic - 19-May-17 @ 10:40 AM
Hi i am still with my partner been together for 5 years we have 2 kids one on the way.. one of our kids osnt mine so i know i have no parental rights.. but the 2nd is mine and i am on the birth certifacte so do have rights. My partners mum has had a problem with me feom the start but we were on a family holiday at weekend and things got nasty and out of hand we had a big arguement etc and showed that her love fur the kids is diffrent because of my kid been mine she doesnt love or care for her in the same way as the first... anyway long story short what rights do i have to dtop her seeing my kid and the baby boy on the way.. my misses has spoken to her now after saying she was done with her and now me and her argue becaise of this now i want help in the right direction to keep my famliy but get rid of the poison she calls gran!!! Can anyone help thanks
Keir2017 - 17-May-17 @ 4:53 PM
N1owe - Your Question:
Hi, I've been split up with my ex for 5 years now, we have to kids aged 5 & 7. They come to me every other weekend, I currently have another partner and a 5 month old son which they adore. My daughter aged 7 has recently started asking to live with me which I would love, every time I take her home she is in tears because she wants to live with my partner and me with our baby son / her brother! I'm on her birth certificate and have PR and there is no parental court order as to where they have to live, how can I go about fullfilling her wishes to live with us? It's getting to the point she is telling me all sorts of stories about her Mum to live here! Any help please

Our Response:
If your ex will not agree, or discuss this, your only option is to suggest mediation in order to try to resolve the matter. If your ex refuses, your next option would be court. However, it is rare a court will split up siblings and move one child to another parent's house unless absolutely necessary. The courts will always decide upon what it thinks is in your children's best interests and consistency and stability are seen as most important. Therefore, I suggest you seek legal advice if you strongly wish to pursue this matter to see whether you may have a case.
SeparatedDads - 15-May-17 @ 12:46 PM
Hi, I've been split up with my ex for 5 years now, we have to kids aged 5 & 7. They come to me every other weekend, I currently have another partner and a 5 month old son which they adore. My daughter aged 7 has recently started asking to live with me which I would love, every time I take her home she is in tears because she wants to live with my partner and me with our baby son / her brother! I'm on her birth certificate and have PR and there is no parental court order as to where they have to live, how can I go about fullfilling her wishes to live with us? It's getting to the point she is telling me all sorts of stories about her Mum to live here! Any help please
N1owe - 14-May-17 @ 6:21 PM
Debby - Your Question:
It has now been four years since we split and a year of divorce. My ex has never committed to having our son. I've tried everything to get them to have time together , no joy. Now very suddenly my son is invited to go over and says he will go alternate weekends, I'm not happy for him to go unless I have details of address, times for collection and drop off back to my home. My ex will not talk to me about this. Can he just take my son. Son wants to go, but I'm not happy. Son has taken break up bad and has had nightmares and has been under care of CAMHS.Where do I stand

Our Response:
You do not have to consent for your ex to have your son if he has not previously had access. Putting a proper schedule in place on your terms via mediation may be the best option here, please see link here.
SeparatedDads - 10-May-17 @ 10:51 AM
It has now been four years since we split and a year of divorce. My ex has never committed to having our son. I've tried everything to get them to have time together , no joy. Now very suddenly my son is invited to go over and says he will go alternate weekends, I'm not happy for him to go unless I have details of address, times for collection and drop off back to my home. My ex will not talk to me about this. Can he just take my son. Son wants to go, but I'm not happy. Son has taken break up bad and has had nightmares and has been under care of CAMHS. Where do I stand
Debby - 9-May-17 @ 6:19 PM
Kayla - Your Question:
Hi my ex partner as stopped me seeing my son, even the court at the time 5yrs ago specifically said I have to have regular contact. As I moved away I said to him I could still have contact weekends and school holidays he declined as he was demanding my address I told him he didn't need my address obviously for safety reasons which my solicitor at the time told him he wouldn't need my address he had my telephone number. When I msg to say how he is I just get the same response, I get no input about his schooling in how wel he is doing etc. It's broke my heart not been able to see my son as he's getting older he requested me on social media and my ex as blocked me from his account. So I know that he still wants to see me. Please help

Our Response:
Please see link here, which will answer your question in full.
SeparatedDads - 5-May-17 @ 2:20 PM
Hi my ex partner as stopped me seeing my son, even the court at the time 5yrs ago specifically said I have to have regular contact. As I moved away I said to him I could still have contact weekends and school holidays he declined as he was demanding my address I told him he didn't need my address obviously for safety reasons which my solicitor at the time told him he wouldn't need my address he had my telephone number. When I msg to say how he is I just get the same response, I get no input about his schooling in how wel he is doing etc. It's broke my heart not been able to see my son as he's getting older he requested me on social media and my ex as blocked me from his account. So I know that he still wants to see me. Please help
Kayla - 4-May-17 @ 10:38 PM
Cb - Your Question:
Hi, am currently going through a breakup, we're not married but have lived together for nearly a decade. We have 2girls aged 9&6. I'm not saying she doesn't love them but definitely can't cope with them, most evenings I get a phone call while at work with her on the verge of a mental breakdown because they won't go to sleep. (She is very calculating to make sure it's always a phone call and not a text so I have no written evidence), Counter to what she says about not stopping me from seeing the kids she is threatening to move halfway across the country with them, clearly a massive contradiction. I have parental responsibility, so what are my options? Would I have a case for custody?

Our Response:
In the first instance you would have to suggest mediation to your ex in order to try to resolve the issue mutually. However, if you fear your ex may move without consulting you/asking for consent, then you may be able to apply for a Prohibited Steps Order. A Prohibited Steps Order (PSO) is an order granted by the court in family cases which prevents either parent from carrying out certain events or making specific trips with their children without the express permission of the other parent. This is more common in cases where there is suspicion that one parent may leave the area with their children. With regards to residency, it is very rare that a court will take children from one parent and hand them over to the other unless absolutely necessary and with very good reason. Therefore, if you are considering this route you may wish to seek professional legal advice to see if you have a case to answer.
SeparatedDads - 28-Apr-17 @ 1:52 PM
Hi, am currently going through a breakup, we're not married but have lived together for nearly a decade. We have 2girls aged 9&6. I'm not saying she doesn't love them but definitely can't cope with them, most evenings I get a phone call while at work with her on the verge of a mental breakdown because they won't go to sleep. (She is very calculating to make sure it's always a phone call and not a text so I have no written evidence), Counter to what she says about not stopping me from seeing the kids she is threatening to move halfway across the country with them, clearly a massive contradiction. I have parental responsibility, so what are my options? Would I have a case for custody?
Cb - 27-Apr-17 @ 8:29 PM
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