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COURT ORDER WRONGLY DRAFTED

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17 Jan 17 #487577 by vanilla30
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What can I do please?

The ex has clearly mislead his barrister who drafted a court order which has resulted in telephone being changed from the first and last monday of the month to every two weeks.

The judge made a point of stating that he was reducing contact not increasing it, howevr that the last hearing there was no mention of increasing it.

Now his barrister has drafted the order which states every two weeks.

What can I do? Write to the court? Write to the barrister?

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