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17 Sep 07 #3518 by donnab
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My ex has applyed for a residency order, my ex has not payed a single penny in child support, lied about how much he earns, and now has the csa on his case. Yet he is still trying to get my kids. My only saviour is that the kids all refuse to go to him, they refuse any contact, i also have a letter from chams stating that if any contact were to be made it should be under supervised visits, he does not know about this letter!
At the moment i have no representation due to tthe fact i apparenly earn too much money, so have stopped any benifits to get legal help!
pretty bad that you work full time and get no help and then have to go with out to get help
any one else had a problem like this>?

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17 Sep 07 #3531 by CollaborativeFamilyLaw
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Do you live in London? If so there is a free advice scheme operating out of the Principal Registry, High Holborn...sort of live the CAB but staffed by good family lawyers from Manches and the like...

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19 Oct 07 #4944 by donnab
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no im in birmingham

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20 Oct 07 #4991 by flower2
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I would be interested in this advice, do you have any contact details? I live in London. Thanks

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20 Oct 07 #4993 by Sera
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Try calling the Court office (?) for the Prinicpal Registry in High Holbourn. They have a 'drop-in' session, (I thought I read about it on this forum somewhere?)

It's the Family division of the High Courts.

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