Since I was awarded 50% access to our girls my ex has done everything in her power to stop contact. On the second attempt in court Cafcass and Families Forward and different judges throughout the court case seemed to be oblivious of this. Now My eldest girls no longer wants anything to with me and has been totally brainwashed, only wanting birthday and christmas gifts. My youngest daughter is almost at that point now and I’m desperatley trying to save to go back to court for the third time. Families Forward have seen the bond between my youngest and I and have no concerns and all of sudden when over nights are coming it all changes and they are powerless to do anything. Currently I am left to seeing her once every two months and that’s if that will happen. This system is very corrupt against those genuine fathers who would like to have a active part in their childrens life. This is now emotionally and psychologically breaking me. However the link below is a recent article by The Guardian, however I have little faith in the British Legal System
Divorced parents may be denied contact with their children if they try to poison their attitude to the ex-partner.
I am not getting at mothers so please lets clear that up from the start. I have female friends who are equally going through a traumatic time in separation issues and still allow the fathers access. Offers of advice and support gratefully welcome.
I am in exactly the same position. I don’t even know if I want contact at all even I don’t have bonding left with my daughters.
But this injustice can not go on forever…here is some good news for you… chin up mate
<h1 id=”ext-gen104″ style=”margin: 0px; padding: 0px; min-height: 1px; font-size: 1em; color: #000000; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;”>Mothers and fathers who use Doctor Foster-style attempts to ‘alienate’ their children from the other parent could be stripped of contact with their offspring in ‘groundbreaking’ new trial</h1>
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<li class=”” style=”padding: 0px; margin: 0px; list-style: none;”>The new approach was devised by the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (Cafcass) to tackle parental alienation
<li class=”” style=”padding: 0px; margin: 0px; list-style: none;”>In extreme cases children could be moved from living with a parent
<li class=”” style=”padding: 0px; margin: 0px; list-style: none;”>Cafcass chief executive said alienation occurs in around 10 per cent of his cases