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27 Oct 15 #468630 by Dgheaven
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hi there,
Can anyone help me my ex has taken me to court for full parental responsibility. A section 7 report was done by social services which was leaning towards me having full parental responsibility then a addendum section 7 was done and this one was full in my favour. Now they have done another addendum which they are saying my ex has full parental responsibility. I''m now on the verge of cracking up. social services are fully aware our daughter wants to come home to me plus she has done a letter to the judge stating this in the court file"""""

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27 Oct 15 #468632 by sulkypants
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When you say your child wants to come home to you is that the family home prior to you and your ex breaking up?

Why dont they live there now and how old are they?

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27 Oct 15 #468633 by Dgheaven
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Yes it is the family home where r daughter wants to return to. My ex was only meant to have her over the holidays as he has half the holidays, but I let the house go due to my ill health hence social services are involved. Since he has her I''m only allowed to see her on his terms only. Our daughter is 9 1/2 now. Hence I''m now confused.

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27 Oct 15 #468670 by Dgheaven
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CAN ANYONE HELP ME PLEASE

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