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    When handing over my daughter she is screaming not to go with her dad. Any advice on what to do? Anyone know is it law that i have to let her go if she is in hysterics?

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    My daughter is 12 months and always has seen her father. She now has started to cry as she does not want to go. There is a court order in place but i believe it may have to be looked at as contact is not going well recently. I do want her to always know her father but i just feel that the state she gets in is not acceptable. I believe this is a form of child abuse, and i have read that this sort of crying can cause problems with brain development. In my view if it was the other way about i would not want the child going with me as i think the childs right should be taking into consideration. I feel just because she cant speak, her crying should clearly suggest she doesnt want to go and she should not have to.

    I feel in todays world the courts and the system is clearly failing in many areas, such as this. I will try your advise of maybe a swing and hopefully this works.

    Thank you

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