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02 Sep 15 #466225 by I love my kids
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My ex has now broken several court orders so can I take it to a higher court because the family court are not punishing her for breaking these orders

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02 Sep 15 #466228 by rubytuesday
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Welcome to Wikivorce.

Can you explain in a bit more detail about how she has breached the order - how often, the manner of the breach, how long has this been happening etc?

How old are your children?

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02 Sep 15 #466231 by I love my kids
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Hi my children are 4 and 5 years old. The last court order was made on the 4th of August 2015. This will be the 4th or 5th court order she has broken and when I told the judge this he told her she is not allowed to break court orders. But she is still not allowing me to see my children. It is costing me over £200 a time to take her back to court which is unfair considering it''s her who is breaking these orders. The other orders she is breaking is to do with having my name added on my sons birth certificate which has been going on since 2012

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