Safety order might be the first step but I was under the impression we needed to be living together recently for this to occur?Would request of a third party or public place be effective as a counter measurement?On more than one occasion I have heard of rumours or told to my face by her about things that I am not involved in and are fabricated. I am not interested in any money, I just want it proven in court for future proceedings that she is the type of person who would do this so when we return to court, which is more than likely to happen, at least the judge will take what she says with a grain of salt.How might this be proven? Surely she would says that she is not lying, can I request a lie detector or is that just in tv shows?
"Would request of a third party or public place be effective as a counter measurement?"I meant as in access, in choosing to meet in a public place when collecting my child or proposing someone else to collect/pick up the child so she does not come within any distance to me. Will a judge accept those alternatives?You mentioned that her dishonesty would have no bearing on family law so does this mean, hypothetically, if someone was to be brought up on drug charges or worse one day in court and was fighting for access the next day then even if it was the same judge he could not put two and two together, he would have to deal with them as separate issues?Finally, could I actually ask for a lie detector in an Irish court?
Yes, relist please.
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