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25 Jul 21 - 25 Jul 21 #517331 by LosingBattle
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Hi All,

I am due to see my daughter over the summer holidays. My Ex has previously stated in an email to my solicitor that, 'all contact is to be directly arranged' between myself and my daughter. All good so far as apparently now that she has stated this, she cannot renege on this easily. We also have joint parental responsibility, although this is a joke when it comes to actually enforcing it.

Since that email I have tried to arrange contact with my daughter, (14 YO) who wants to see me, and suddenly I've been informed that the Ex contacted social services last year with 'safeguarding issues' and that until these are resolved I won't be seeing my daughter.

Needless to say, I haven't heard anything from Social services about these concerns and in fact, when I contacted them they had no record of myself, nor any of my children. It is therefore my assumption that, as usual, she is using her venomous hated for me to prevent our daughter from seeing me and my family.

I would like to know how I can see my daughter when I have nothing in writing from Social services (although nor does she) my daughter wants to see me and this is nothing but a spiteful woman desperately clinging onto the last bit of control that she has over me. Any advice on how this can be resolved would be greatly appreciated.
Last edit: 25 Jul 21 by LosingBattle.

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