A MOTHER whilei under going a residence order and contact order, mother charged with common assault, child temporary placed to reside with father, during 8 months of court proceedings mother granted supervised contact through courts. Father has not agreed or allowed supervised contact with mother. Father has not allowed contact with child's family, brother grandparent, uncles anut and cousins. What are my rights as a mother to see my child and returned to my care once social services intervention has ceased,,, what advice can you give me on that.? What advice can you give me with regard my elder son and grandparent haveing immediate contact with this sais child?
child aged 10, contact order not completed due to common assault conviction, interim residential order given to father, back in court on 24 april 2013. what do you mean by have i enforced the order
No however, my son has resided with myself his mother and half brother aged 18years all his life. I never lived with the respondant father of child aged 10. I started proceedings with the court to put in place a contact order and residence order because the respondant father was not returning my son on time, takeing him without my knowledge or consent, also the respondant father was causing a lot of conflict in my home infront of both my boys and towards my new partner of 2 years who i have never lived with. So the answer to your question NO a contact order has not been enforced.
father made allegations throughout family court proceedings in December 2012, police investigation and prosecution has been ongoing until 16 April. Child lleft placed with the respondant father in August 2012. Mother accused and charged of assaulting the child on 17 April 2012. No previous offences or convictions.. probation report to be undertaken this week
August 2012 my child placed with father. Mother accused of assaulting child in question aged 10
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