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how do i get a contact order?

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20 Feb 08 #14549 by jade01
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ive been advised on here to get a contact order as soon as possible, i have no clue how to do this

anyone?

my own solicitor seems to want me to go through all this mediation, even knowing the snake that my ex husband is - i do not want to allow him more time to burn me and i suspect as usual that is what he is up to every day all day

please help if u can i will not lose my son that is not an option

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20 Feb 08 #14551 by hostee
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A court order can be applied for through the solicitors, its not always cheap and in my case he went for shared residency and the courts like to give equal parental status even if as in my case they only get 1 night a week, its still considered shared... i got dragged through court welfare the children were interviewed as well it was hideous.. my stbx is gay, works abroad half of every month and has been physically abusive to 1 of my children yet denies it... i was told unless my X threatened to take the children away or refuse to give them back after visits, the only thing that would mean the police could intervene would be a court order for the children. Get one .. I have now and then the rules are the rules....

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14 Mar 08 #16818 by Fiona
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Court is never a good place to resolve child related issues because it can leave one party feeling resentful and resistant thus fueling a cycle of provocation and retaliation which is so detrimental to children's emotional well being. mediation is a much better way forward and always worth a shot in the first instance.

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