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19 Mar 15 #458275 by thehunted
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Hi,
I am due to go to court to re-establish contact with my son. But I''ve been informed that my ex-wife is too ill to attend court and so the hearing has been deferred.

I don''t know what the issue is but I am suspicious of the convenient timing from her perspective. In the coming days I''ll ask to see a copy of the medical certificate so until then I don''t know what the justification is.

However, given her recent history of implacable hostility I am assuming this is a deliberate act and that it is a sign that she will obstruct the process as much as possible going forward. Can I ask, what room does she have to keep coming back to the court claiming she is too unwell to attend? How long that the process be stalled by such game play?

Obviously, I am concerned that justice is going to be denied by endless rounds of deferred court hearings.

Regards,
David

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19 Mar 15 #458287 by Sjw19850141
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hi

not saying she doesn''t game play but there would have to be medical evidence to back this up so on this occasion she''s telling the truth... as for timing have you considered anxiety/depression?? I ended up really ill with anxiety following a very long drawn out court process, not making excuses for your ex just know my own experience

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