Non-molestation order and child sickness

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    Claudia27
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    Hi,

    My concern today is what happens if there’s a non-molestation order against your ex and your child gets sick and can’t go for contact. How is that communicated then if there’s no communication between the parties otherwise? Or is the person asking for the non-molestation order be made is still allowed to communicate that to the other parent in case of sickness? Or would it count as s violation and you just let your child go regardless how sick he is otherwise your ex might turn up to bang on your door? This is all just theory now, but the order is process of being made against my ex as he is refusing to communicate via my solicitors who has sent him several letters asking him to leave me alone and communicate through them. Few days ago he called them up and told them that he is insisting communicating only with me as he has the right to do so. – this is what worries us and lead to the order to be made ASAP. He isn’t seaking legal advice or representation so this all is a bit worrying really. Leaves me with a feeling of what’s going to happen that weekend when it’s contact for our son. Last time he saw him he made me go 40 miles to collect our son after “he was done” with him. I don’t drive or have a car so it was a bit of a challenge… so I’m concerned this time he will chose an ever more remote location for collection which I might not be able to get to. He also just sends me a text on the same day about these things so I never know and can’t plan ahead. And if he does this again and there is no court order variation but only the NMO in place then what are my options really?

    If he won’t respond to legal letters before the weekend (which he might do or not respond at all as he said he is refusing) then I see only one option here which is not something I’d like to do regardless he is being a twit.

    I’d like to know what others think  of this.

    Thanks.

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    steve3334
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    Hi, I think he needs to follow non mol and only make contact through lawyers. If child arrangements becoming big issue, then maybe can consider legal route for that. If i did not drive, I would not travel 40 miles by train or bus. Must not be comfortable for kids either.

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 1 day ago by steve3334.
    #64790 Report

    Claudia27
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    I do have a solicitor, he refuses all legal communications. Child arrangments are not working and it is already a big issue. It will possibly end up back in court sadly.

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    Claudia27
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    He does not have a solicitor or got any legal advice. If he did, he wouldn’t call up my solicitor and tell them he is refusing communication via legal route. Non sense.

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    MindfulMomma
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    You need a non molestation order which included your child by the sounds  of it. He needs contact but family courts!

    #64962 Report

    Claudia27
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    Thanks Mindful Momma! Im not sure they will do that. I’m still recieving emails of him and still ignores legal side.

    Makes me wonder whether he will ignore the court too soon. His intentions are very unstable and confusing.

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