Thank you for your reply. I understand the problem, and that I must be sensitive. I will keep this in mind.
However, I do have some pretty obvious evidence. First, I have learned that a part of the Family Law says (or translates into) something like this: "Both parents must do everything in their power to make time spent with the other parent or relative work well for the child. The parent who the child is living with should (1) take reasonable steps to make the child available, and (2) encourage a child to go and spend time with the other parent. This is normally the case even if the child says they do not want to go."
In my case, the other parent has both discouraged my child from having contact with me, and eventually completely blocked our contacts. I have plenty of evidence for this, as this has been going on for a longer time, steadily growing worse. I also have correspondence clearly stating (among other things) that "you can not talk to your child again unless you first pay me more money". I believe it's against the law to blackmail me in this way, especially without a court order, as the child's right to see its parents and the financial matters are two separate issues.
Then there are the somewhat more hazy problems of Parental Alienation, which may be more difficult to prove, although it could be defined as an (unlawful) abuse in some cases. I will request that psychologists are engaged to help determine this. But I am not basing my legal case on this, but rather the above-mentioned actions for which I have clear evidence.
So in order to make me satisfied with your answer, I need to know: If I in fact have clear evidence of the other parent breaking some part of the Family Law, how to proceed? Can I get justice for these past actions in the Family Court AT THE SAME TIME they rule on the child's future? (After all, without these past wrongdoings I wouldn't have a case, everything would be.) Or do I need to proceed in another way, or run parallel court cases? And if so, in which order?
Thank you so much, you help means a lot to me, as I do not yet have my own lawyer!