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01 Mar 16 #474923 by wuzzbuzz
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Hi All,

To cut a very long story short, i was in a dv relationship (everything except physical) although it was bordering on it. Ended up with an injunction, despite that I still let him see our 2 boys twice a week, until 10 months later when they told me they were frightened and didnt want to go.

I stopped him seeing the boys, he took me to court, CAFCASS did a s7 report and highlighted some concerns but said contact would have to be carefully managed.

The result was 4 months indirect contact (which he failed to do), the court therefore made him do another 4 months of indirect contact, he then did fortnightly supported contact in a centre. This has now ended and im due back at court mid April 2016.

i decided that I could spend aload more money and make myself i''ll to fight this with little evidence of how he behaved etc and rather than go to court with spending more on solicitor I was going to accept he will end up with contact and just arrange with cafcass the best way to introduce the boys to contact again with thier dad.

However, I have since learned that my ex / boys dad has beaten up his new partner. Now im even more worried about his future contact with my boys, I dont have evidence, I dont know if it was reported to police.

Does anyone know if there is anything I can do to find out, or will a court simply brush it off as a rumour???

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank You:huh:

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