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    ExsposeThem
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    As a father who shares joint custody of his children, I continue to put up with an ex partner who gives me nothing but grief and gets away with it.
    I can put up with that!

    What I can’t put up with, Is the fact social services are failing every time they are involved and not hearing my voice as a father, when I raise concerns about the children who continue to have accidents/injuries whilst in their mothers care.

    Anyone with any information/advice or even if you’ve experienced similar dealings , please feel free to get in touch.

    many thanks

    Tim

    #58929 Report

    steve3334
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    hi,

    if you have reported scratches, cuts and bruises, then it’s better to stop contacting socials. will likely result in more conflict with your ex and nothing will come of it. you have a great arrangement.

    #58933 Report

    ExsposeThem
    Participant

    Hi

    I’ve documented and reported numerous times and social services are still involved and keep putting the children back with the mother.

    any suggestions on how to deal with social services without paying through the nose

    #58934 Report

    steve3334
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    if they are telling you they have no safeguarding concerns, it is better to leave it. the more reports you make, the more they will see you being a nuisance and ignore you.

    #58965 Report

    Hi ExsposeThem

    Thank you for posting your concerns on our forum.  Please look out for a private message from me as I will be able to offer you some signposting options.

    Kind regards, Justine

    #59085 Report

    plogermans
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    I sympathise with you as i had similar over 10 years ago and social services, court welfare,police, did nothing at all ! Others are right when they say that you will be viewed as a trouble maker and at worst they could take your child into care. Just keep a copy of any letters/emails you’ve sent about it and any photographic evidence for future proof that you tried your best. Good luck.

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