During lockdown a dispute occurred between me and my ex where my daughter was taken by her father to a family gathering during strict lockdown restrictions.
Following this Mediation was arranged to agree future contact between my daughter and her father. An agreement was made at mediation that all contact for the foreseeable future was to be between father and daughter only with no third party involved.
The agreement was broken by my daughter’s father; who during a two week stay took her to visit friends and family at their house, in restaurants, pubs and had an overnight visit with some friends.
It was raised at a second mediation session that father had not stuck to the previous agreement but mediator said nothing only that this was in the past and we need to move forward.
This seems like total disrespect to me and a waste of time to mediate.
Father just said what he needed to have contact over the holidays then just decided to make his own rules and do as he pleased – despite the agreement made in mediation.
Is this right??
What was the point of having an agreement if father can just do what he wants!!
Any feedback greatly received for this very frustrating situation.
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