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11 Jul 14 #439400 by Steen11
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Thanks for the advice. Sounds probably the way to go. If i cant do it amicably then it looks like the only option !!!.

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11 Jul 14 #439401 by Steen11
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Ive just seen that PR only applies to children born after dec 2003. My daughter was born in feb 2003. ??? Does that change things ???

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11 Jul 14 #439404 by CarlaE
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A father automatically gains PR when he is married to the mother. The other way to get PR is to be registered on the birth certificate after December 2003. Before this time, then you won''t have PR. You can obtain this with her consent and go into a PR Agreement with her. If she doesn''t agree to this, then you can apply to the court for PR Order. The courts will likely give this to you as they do encourage this for fathers. Once you have PR you will then be entitled to apply for S8 orders, such as contact / shared residence if you needed to in the future.
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11 Jul 14 #439406 by Steen11
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Sounds like the ex can after all decide who i see & what we do even when my daughtr is with me !!! :(

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11 Jul 14 #439407 by MrsMathsisfun
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I would apply for PR and go from there. You don''t want to have your relationship with your daughter controlled until she can decide for herself.

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11 Jul 14 #439408 by CarlaE
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From what I have read, you sound like an excellent father, and the chances are very high that you would get a PR order in your favour. If you can get PR then this will give you equal rights and responsibilities to the mother in the eyes of the law.

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11 Jul 14 #439409 by Steen11
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So how do i go about trying to get PR ??? ..

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