Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-How old is the child?
-How long has the arrangement and order been in place?
-Has the father kept to the terms of the order to date?
Thank you for confirming. Firstly, the order is there to be abided by so that it is in the child's best interests. Legally, the mother must make the child available for the arrangements as contained in the court order. If she does not then the father will have grounds to apply to court for enforcement of the order and the court will assess the circumstances that the order has not been complied with and whether the failure to comply was reasonable.
Furthermore, if the father has not been abiding by the court order then she should consider applying to court to vary the arrangements using form C100 and a £215 court fee.
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