Both my children were in my full time care when my ex left, he then took the children last year and made all these excuses up about me mentally and emotionally abusing the children, stating my 7 year son never wants to see me again etc. He has got the children 7 and 3 calling his new girlfriend Mam, she is also classing herself as Mam in schools. My son doesn’t even want to see me or my mam we had a very good relationship before all this. I believe alienation is happening as at the beginning he stopped all contact with me and my kids and blocked my number. He is trying to claim domestic abuse against me which went no further back in July last year (we been split nearly 3 year). He wouldn’t even allow my daughter to have contact with me at mine his excuse I would lock the social worker out the house. Back in June last year I sent my son a message on the Xbox, my ex then told the social worker he never received it back in December when I had FaceTime with my son (social worker present) he told me he wanted to play on the Xbox with me and asked my name, I told him and he then said aww my dad blocked you I will unblock you. Every professional is saying they believe my son wants to see me but is to scared to admit it. I have weekly FaceTime with my son but he won’t see me face to face and won’t see my mam. I want main residency of the children like I always had and willing to allow him as much contact as he likes with the kids, he is going for full custody. Court orders have been broken on his part the lot. We have been in court over a year now, since the children have been in his care they have been placed on child protection due to emotional harm. The children also have a cafcass guardian now. Does this sound like alienation to anyone else?
the actions where one parent stops other parent from seeing child is alienation. even if the other parent is not saying negative things about the other parent to child, naturally they will become alienated from you if you don’t get to see them. Have cafcass recommended what should happen, like will they stay with dad?
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