Hello, I am Law Denning and I am a practising solicitor in a HighStreet practice. I have been an expert on this website in UK law since 2008.During that time, as you appreciate, I have answered thousands of questionsfrom satisfied users on a variety of subjects.
Because we are all in practice with clients and court and otherusers, I might not always respond inminutes, particularly evenings and weekends. Please bear with me in thatcaseIt is my pleasure to try and assist you with this today. Please bear with mewhile I gather some further information from you in order for me to be able toadvise you fully.
Unless I have all the facts that I need, my answerwould not be accurate.
Why has he not agreed? Is he actually refusing?Has your solicitor written to him?
I need the full background details please. Thankyou.
My ex is very angry, bitter, an unhelpful. Even thoughhe left us. He trys to turn tilly against me by telling her lies and bad things about us and family. he has a hard time understanding that tilly loves me and her um. he is very disrespectful to me, and after he left us, he took meto court for full residence. He just agree, says never help him out or give him extra time which is a lie because have email proof of being very helpful.
E and tilly are very unhappy and she come bk from visits and is brain washed, wonteven kiss me. this is heartbreaking. any way all would likeis tilly to see our nanny on her birthday and to be part of a celebration.
No have not contacted my solicitor afford it. deal with matters myself and am currently taking ex to court for not paying agreeed aount of maintence for the last year.
yes after court case we have an order, everyother weekend and one night mid week and half of school holidays. birthday contact and everyother christmas day
In which case, the correctprocess is to go to court and get a temporary variation of the order howeverexpect the judge to be less than sympathetic because in thewhole scale of things this is really no big deal as I am sure you appreciate.
You might consider simplytelling him what is happening and if he doesn't like it let him make the courtapplication and he is the one who will get his knuckles rapped by the judge forwasting court time.
My suggestion would be to getyour solicitor to write him a letter telling him that this is what is going tohappen and why and that he doesn't like it, he should take advice.
Does that answer thequestion? I am happy to answer specific points.
Can I help further?
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I amoffline shortly until later today and will pick this up then
i wll do as you say, think its a good idea. will ask solicitor to contact him. many thanks
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