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PWC imposing on contact time by phoning

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19 Apr 12 #324861 by Rapture
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Hi there,

Every now and again during holiday contact with child (especially before court hearings) the ex (PWC) rings up and wants to speak with child. when I allow it she repeatedely comes back with a text blowing something out of proportion and then using this in hearings to justify her twisted views...

I''m becomoing increasingly sick of this and just wanted to know how I could deal with it and without it affecting my Shared Residence Case... which may involve CAFCASS in the near future?

I would apprecatiate any help here at all?

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19 Apr 12 #324995 by MissTish1
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It''s not unreasonable for a PWC to contact the child during NRP contact time if it''s a week or so. I would say that weekend contact shouldn''t be impinged upon by the PWC phoning the child, unless it''s for something important. Do you mean that when she phones to speak to the child she twists something the child has said and then uses that against you?

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20 Apr 12 #325186 by Rapture
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Yes this is correct.

It''s happened twice now and before two final hearings.

Do I have to resort to recording converstaions between them? :angry:

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20 Apr 12 #325199 by hawaythelads
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Don''t reply to the texts at all.
That way it will be evident that the aggro is all one sided.
All the best

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20 Apr 12 #325203 by NewHorizons
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Personally, if one parent can phone to speak to child/ren at any time, I think it should work both ways.

In my case, the children can contact the other parent at any time and I provide mobiles to enable them to do this.

When they were with the other parent they were banned from contacting me.

With regards to texts, if they''re stirring ignore them...

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