Child is two. I have just spoken to my friend. The order is to deliver and collect from McDonalds on Saturday and Sunday every other week, But on the other weekends my friend works he has him Saturday till Monday. He collects him on a Wednesday at 4pm from the nursery and must return him to the nursery at 12 noon on Thursday. This is what he is refusing to do and then he keeps him all day without permission and then expects my friend to collect him from McDonalds. This was ordered in December 2014.
As a last resort yes but we are hoping a properly worded letter to his solicitor reminding him of the terms of the order will prevent this. I don't know the chap but from what my friend has said he is very very wealthy and in his eyes money talks. It would seem he is trying to get the boy away from my friend but I don't think the courts would let that happen in this day and age. But, you never know. All I would like is some guidance in how to write to his solicitor without antogonising him any more than necessary. As my friend is Lithuanian, although her spoken English is excellent her written is not always brilliant. She sometime spells a word phonetically. However, it can't be that bad as she is on a management team with Marks and Spencers. I would really like to get something to her so she can copy it and email it to his solicitor before he has a chance to send a letter to her with more lies like he has done in the past. I would hope to get something in his inbox for Monday morning when he gets to work. Thank you.