Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-Are they in England or Wales?
-Has there been domestic violence from him towards her, if so when and what evidence does she have?
-Has there been child abuse or concerns from him towards the child, if so when and what evidence?
-What is her income and asset position?
Is there a court order regarding arrangements for your daughter and how old is she?
Thanks for confirming. It is unreasonable that the father comes every day to demand contact and you should send him a formal letter stating that he cannot turn up when he wants and you should put forward proposals for contact which you think is reasonable. If he continues to harass, intimidate or force you into arrangements this may meet the criteria to obtain an injunction against him using form FL401 to your local family court. If you are on benefits and have little or no capital, you would be entitled to legal aid to obtain an injunction.
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To add to the above
More important that the injunction is the need to protect the child.
You need to make an immediate applictaion to the court for a Child Arrangement Order stating that the child lives with you - and a prohibited Steps Order preventing the father from removing the child from your care
You do not need to pay a solicitor - you can do it yourself using this form
and this form for exemption from fees
You can dispense with mediation because of the need for an urgent order