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Admendment to Statement of Arrangements

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22 Nov 07 #7354 by moonstar04
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I have just found out that my s2bx has submitted an admendment to the statement of arrangements in total three A4 sheets worth via his sol.

He is claiming all sorts but basically he is the perfect father and between the lines I am a useless mother. I am so angry is this his way of attempting to gain residency of our children.

I did wonder why his behaviour had started to change towards them, buying them clothes, taking them to school etc outside of the normal routine.

Do I just let this go and ignore it I do I argue that most of it is lies and misrepresented?

I am so angry how can he get away with this!!!

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22 Nov 07 #7358 by Specialdad
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Dont worry he wont get away with anything. Just make sure your your sol has on file his past behaviour and that the children want to be with you.

It is usually assumed that kids under 12 want to be with their mother and over 12 they can be asked their preference.


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22 Nov 07 #7361 by Angel557
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Don't worry Moonstar my ex done that twice to me and both times he made me out to be the biggest monster going.I can sit and laugh now about what he wrote , when i first read it i had smoke coming out my ears.both my children are still here with me.

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22 Nov 07 #7362 by Monitor441
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Moonstar. Don't assume anything. I am a father who shares the care of his children (11 & 9) week on week off on a 50/50 basis. Talk to you sol about whether you need to challenge the changes


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