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Ex using authorities against me in private court case

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09 Jul 20 #513207 by Bobbit
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My ex partner and I separated over 4 years ago. We maintained 50/50 with our children now 5 and 7 after attending court as ex would not attend mediation and I represented myself.
Ex will not allow any change to court order even though the children have grown and it does not reflect their life needs. Ex’s answer is “if you want to change anything, go to court”.
So, after meeting a new partner, we did.
Since then we have been going to court for over 14 months due to ex’s constant allegations against me and my partner to social services.
Ex lies constantly and is believed by SS. As it is a private court case once SS assess me, they say there is nothing that can be done to stop this abuse via authorities as it is a “private court” case.
I am considering to write to my local MP to bring recognition of this abuse.
The courts, solicitors and barristers have now cost me over £40,000 and has resulted in the breakdown of my current relationship due to the stresses of everything.
My ex was never denied access as we had 50/50.
We need to get this recognised by courts, solicitors, judges, barristers, CafCass, guardians and social services that this Is abuse by wealth and using authorities maliciously to try and alienate me from my children.
Ex has already been warned off by social services but the abuse and on going court battles continue.
This affects everyone mental and physical health but the courts don’t seem to notice this.
Solicitors and barristers are clueless and only become animated when they want payment. No one seems to want this form of abuse although I know it is recognised in Scotland and dealt with.

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18 Jul 20 - 18 Jul 20 #513325 by Soon to be free
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Welcome to the crazy world of family court. It's business as usual there. Unfortunately false allegations fall into adversarial he said/she said and it becomes a self perpetuating cycle.

Stop breath and consider other avenues
Last edit: 18 Jul 20 by rubytuesday. Reason: Moderator note - name of solicitor removed

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