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18 Nov 09 #163018 by AnnoyedMummy
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First of all, AngelHeart, thankyou!
I am 18 Fiona. I was 16 when I fell pregnant with my daughter. My ex partner is 21.

He claims to be Autistic, and claims that because of this his does not know how to look after my daughter, yet he wants unsupervised access.

My solicitor has suggested letting my ex have once monthly contact to begin with.

Fiona, you may think one hour a week is not enough, but think of it this way.
My daughter is almost 16 months old. She stopped seeing her father back in August. Once contact is reinstated, she is going to be very scared, and distressed by someone new in her life.

Throwing her in at the deep-end, by making her have contact with him for a long period each week, could do more harm than good.

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