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16 May 12 #330808 by Tinkerbell37
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Morning :)
Does anyone know if my partner goes to pick up his kids and his ex tries to stop access,without a court order from either of them can she enforce him not having the kids?
Looks like it''s starting to get messy :(he has offered again the mediation route but she is going to solicitor today.

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16 May 12 #330825 by mumtoboys
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if she doesn''t open the door or isn''t in, he''s not going to get access, is he? so yes, she can ''enforce'' it. The police will do nothing other than simply refer him to the courts.

If she goes to a solicitor she will realise quickly enough that mediation is a sensible option. See what happens today.

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