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12 Aug 12 #349082 by sajrahman
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My ex agreed to return my little girl on friday when the holiday arrangement was made. now he is saying that he will return her after the weekend. i haven''t spoken to her for the last two weeks and i am missing her like mad. now i know i wont get her back on the agreed day. Any words of comfort will help.

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13 Aug 12 #349090 by fairylandtime
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Hi sajrshman

(((hugs))) I know I would be beside myself if in this situation . . .. Stay strong

Have you got a contact order? If so doesn''t he have to return your dtr at a specific time, & if not what is his reasoning?

There may be nothing you can do this time, I would send txt / email to ask for your dtr to return on time etc but diary it all, once your dtr is retuned you need to go to court to get the order / or get it specified.

This seems to be happening a lot lately given the time of year, & it just isn''t fair on either parent or child as they need consistency & it could be friending for them if they expect to come home & don''t.

I am lucky really, as mine are teenagers & vote with their feet so no problems as yet.


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