Court rules are that you must send documents to courts and the other side who need to know what case they are to answer. The judge may not allow documents that haven''t been filed previously to be introduced at the hearing.
IT isn''t possible to successfully challenge a CAFCASS report just because you don''t agree with the conclusion or recommendations, you really need to show there is an error of fact or law.
Many thanks for your reply. I guess I don''t have an option other than releasing these documents to the other party.
At the same time, I have requested some of the evidence fro the other party. What this info not available before court hearing? Can the other party bring that evidence on the date of the hearing without releasing before hand?
I do agree with most part of the CAFCASS report however, not agree with their final recommendation and my reason to contest against. Having done my research in this area, I''m aware it is very difficult to overturn a CAFCASS recommendation. Am I wasting my time and money?