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    You won’t lose more time, you’ll get shared time, but it will take time to navigate satisfactorily and depending how stubborn she is she won’t like it and therefore you, but she can’t defy the court order.

    You must pursue mediation – mediators will resolve this. If she won’t attend mediation you can apply for a MIAM and take her to court. You can represent yourself or get a McKenzie Friend to reduce your costs to virtually nothing. Trust me, solicitors don’t help anyone in Family Court as there is little law involved, they just keep the proceeds dragging because they get paid more! If she wants to hire one, let her!

    Unfortunately some mothers who change their mind on their sexual partner AFTER they have children feel they have the right to pretend the children have new fathers now – like it won’t matter to them! Or like the original father will just allow this!

    PM me if I can help further.

     

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    So what’s the problem?

    #21624 Report

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    How you title yourself is your choice, it’s not a legal issue.

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    Mediation is the way to go – it’s not binding, but maybe you could with mediation negotiate some kind of responsibility understanding.

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    Well you’ve absolutely no need to ever again! and yes, you need a bit of head space for yourself and from your family, however wonderful they are.

    #17222 Report

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    It can be good to open up and share a bit with folks on here as you don’t have to ever meet them! PM me anytime you want a chat and post in other threads. Maybe after a while you’ll feel you can meet up with some – that will happen naturally anyway once your daughter starts nursery, etc.

    Welcome and all the best.

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    Well that’s why it’s good to come on the boards and chat to other folk. Share and you may even find some great solutions.

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    Support with any parenting problem: Family Lives 9am-9pm weekdays, 10am-3pm weekends FREE helpline 0808 800 2222 http://familylives.org.uk

    Support with any parenting problem: Family Action 6pm – 10pm weekdays, 10am – 1pm weekends FREE helpline 0808 8020 2220 https://www.family-action.org.uk/what-we-do/children-families/parent-support/

    #15566 Report

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    Seo – you too, PM me anytime or phone for a chat.

    #15561 Report

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    PM me any time or I can phone you. You’re never alone. Everything gets solved, it just takes time and sometimes those times beat us to the ground – but hang in there. You’ve got friends right here.

    #15560 Report

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    Give these guys a go:

    Support with any parenting problem: Family Lives 9am-9pm weekdays, 10am-3pm weekends FREE helpline 0808 800 2222 http://familylives.org.uk

    Support with any parenting problem: Family Action 6pm – 10pm weekdays, 10am – 1pm weekends FREE helpline 0808 8020 2220 https://www.family-action.org.uk/what-we-do/children-families/parent-support/

    #15558 Report

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    You’ve negotiated in good faith so far – why be suspicious now? Don’t lose the good faith bit as there is nothing more valuable in making things happen. Once you lose that you end up in court and you never get that good faith back as you both end up resenting one another.

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    Police and passport office take this very seriously these days – I know because when my partner left she took my passport and then said she hadn’t but it disappeared from the house when she let herself in and took all the family passports so you figure it out. I reported it as “lost or stolen” and had to report it to the police also – if you think you know where it is you should say that. The passport office can cancel it and issue a new one anyway. But in doing so you should explain what’s happened.

    As others have said, for the reason you quoted you don’t need it – but yes, in the eyes of the law it should be with the resident parent – passports like this can be sold for a fortune and the police take it seriously.

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    That’s a choice for you to make but it sounds worrying to me – can’t imagine bringing up a child in that environment. Mind you, you did choose to have a baby with him in the first place – he’ll forever be the Daddy and will want access, so you’ll never get away from that.

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    Welcome to GB – always happy to chat so PM me any time and keep posting on the forum.

    All the best. (Like the username btw, made me laugh out a little bubble from my nose).

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