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Other Side Submitting Order Directly To Court Roughly two

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Other Side Submitting Order Directly To CourtRoughly two months ago I have a Final Hearing in a Private Family Law Case. I was represented by a Direct Access Barrister. My ex partner had a barrister and a solicitor.After the hearing my barrister (Barrister 1) drew up the order and sent it to my ex's barrister (Barrister 2). Barrister 2 then took almost three weeks to respond, and when she did proposed absurd changes to the order that would make serious differences to what was ordered in Court.Barrister 1 responded and nothing was heard back. Roughly one week later I received a copy of the order from the Court that was pretty much a copy of a document we got on the day; "The Lay Judges' Reasons".I made an application under the slip rule to request changes to this.Now roughly another three weeks letter my ex's solicitor has sent me a letter that she says she will send to Court in a couple of days. This letter claims that Barrister 1 refused to get back to Barrister 2 and falsely claims that I accepted changes from Barrister 2 that I did not. This letter goes on to suggest the order exactly as written by Barrister 2, ignoring all response from Barrister 1.If accepted by the Court this would result in a far worse order (for example there is a clause that allows Ex to cancel contact whenever she takes our daughter on holiday). What can I do in response?Many thanks.
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Clare replied 10 months ago.

Thank you for your question

My name is Clare

I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first

Will your Barrister confirm that he/she did not refuse to respond?

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