I have had emails and letters that I feel are from a person emotionally involved in this case, I have also had letters entitled without prejudice suggesting that I have no option other than to agree to contact on his clients terms and threatening further actions if I don't.
But to try and be a little more succinct, over the past 6 months the solicitor has added and omitted items from two court orders, he sends the court orders to me after he has had them stamped by the courts (no draft and not agreed) , he has threatened to report me to the court for not responding to a letter sent demanding reinstatement of contact in the period between the first and directions hearings. At the initial hearing he was shouting at me in the court waiting room because I had sent responses to the initial court documents and submitted the whole bundle. I find the whole contact with this solicitor abusive and when in court I do have a barrister and he has said that in his opinion the solicitor is emotionally involved and has forgotten that he has a job to do. I wanted to know really whether the SRA should be the first port of call or do I have to complain to his company (which he part owns) or would the Law Society or Family Law Panel be the right people to contact or all them? or would I be wasting time and energy doing this?
He does not claim to be a member of Resolution but he is a member of the Family Law Panel.