Nothing really they said that as long as I was looking after my sons needs i.e. His schooling, providing for him and taking care of him they do not need to interfere in any way. I am doing all that. Have organised his secondary school placement etc as well.
Also his current primary school are taking care of his emotional needs and support with counselling. They have been brilliant.
Yes they are. They know everything and have protected him within their remit. They are kept up to date on everything and the counsellor has been so supportive and he has confided in her.
Since April my son, Amaryaad, refuses to speaI or see his father. His father tried on many occasions to see him in school but Amaryaad refused to and the school conveyed that to him. They have advised him what to do if he turns up and Amaryaad has been doing so. His needs are taken care of. He does however get upset that his father does not respect his wishes. His father is trying to put the blame on me that I am obstructing him from seeing his son and doing so by "clever means". Those are his exact words in his last letter to Amaryaad. He makes statements in his letters to Amaryaad e.g. "You are being poisioned by them" and "you have fallen into their trap". This is just a select few statements in his letter to Amaryaad. He also states "I have tried to make you understand who is concerned about you". He also states to Amaryaad "if you do not come back now"..."you will never see me again"
"rectify this mistake you were tricked into making" . This sort of threats were to Amaryaad. My ex got remarried and in his last letter to Amaryaad he said that he has "removed his wife from the house and his life"
These are inappropriate in my opinion. I have just mentioned a few items. To me he is constantly saying that the court will deal with my obstructing the order. Yes I have not sent Amaryaad back to him but m concerns for his safety prevent me from doing so and most importantly Amaryaad refuses to go back to him or even see or talk to him.
I hope that explains more.
He has not. I even checked directly with courts. Just threats.
Can I write to the judge that put forward the residence order explaining what has happened and how my son now feels and what he has gone through. I understand that a variation if this order is required.