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30 Jul 12 #346225 by Jonny1104
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This is the first time I have done this so you may have to bare with me.

I have just been served a non molestation order order by my wife, now I know everyone probably says that they are lie but genuinely in this case every single one of the statement is a lie and can be pro el a lie through letters that she has sent me, pictures of us together and emails. Unfortunately in the mean time while I am challenging tis order I do not get to see my daughter. I find this unfair and I don''t understand how someone can make up lies and get away with it. My 4 year old daughter now does not understand why daddy is not contacting her.

I have a solicitor and he will represent me but once these have been proven as lose is that it? She stops me seeing my daughter for several months and gets away with it Scott free, I don''t think this is fair. Can I retaliate? I don''t want to put my daughter under any more strain than she is going through but I don''t see why my wife should be allowed to do this.

Regarding child contact once I have contact will it only be for 4 days a month? I want to see her as often as possible but again my wife has put a block on this!

Any help/advice on both the molestation order and child contact would be greatly appreciated

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30 Jul 12 #346231 by mbird
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Hi there, well when I had this, they allowed me to sort out a contact order at the same hearing as it came under the family law act? So I walked away with the contact that suited the children and me ordered by a court. So in actual fact it could be doing you a favour. Think about what contact you want, holidays etc, if you would like to collect and drop off in a public place to avoid confrontations etc,

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