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29 Jun 09 #127559 by ROLLERCOASTERRIDE

my husband is taking me to court to get access/custody of our 2 boys, he was denied access through my solicitor because he had been sending inapprpriate emails to our oldest son who was 12 at the time, my solicitor stated that my ex was trying to involve our son in adult issues, my ex assaulted me in front of our eldest son and the police still have not tracked him down, the court hearing is in august and im sure the police will have found him by then, what i want to know is will the assault be taken into account with this hearing, i would appreciate any replys.

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30 Jun 09 #127840 by D L
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The court can take DV incidents into account when determining contact, but it would not preclude contact taking place.

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