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How can I help with this please?
It depends. What are the circumstances.
When was the order imposed?
Why don\t you just get a contact order in relation to your son?
And when was that?
OK. Is this the first breach?
How many messages?
I don't do family. On the face of it, there would be a case for a contact order.
In terms of the breaches though, clearly she will use them against you as her game will be to obstruct contact with the child.
They are not the most serious but you are in breach of a court order and that is the problem.
I haven't seen these messages and that is something that can make all the difference. However, if they are non threatening then I would expect a fine.
Get a contact order for the child. Don't just behave as though the order isn't there.
Can I clarify anything for you?
You would have been able to do that if you had attended the date that would have been set down for full consideration but that will be long past now.
You could apply for removal of the order but you will need to show good grounds. The court also won't be all that impressed that you didn't attend the date in question.
Well, it probably won't happen here just because you didn't attend the hearing.
The time for removal is not usually four months after the order was imposed.
If you dispute the allegations then you can rely on that but whether or not that would succeed now is another matter.
Yes, you do need a lawyer.
You won't necessarily be convicted. It depends if the breach is true or not.
I'm sorry but I don't understand?
If the allegation is truthful.
I think I've really covered this already.
If the allegation cannot be denied you would have to plead guilty.
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