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Thank you for requesting me. I hope that you are keeping well.
What happened with the holiday?
Wow! it was worth waiting for that Judge then. So happy to hear that it worked out and that you got a Judge that instantly understood your case.
Please do fire away with your questions. I'm just off to bed though so I hope that its ok that I respond in the morning.
Hello my dear
I am very sorry at my delay in responding to you - I had been unwell over the weekend.
I note that the father agrees that your daughter should not be exposed to the biting children but is concerned that this is going to impact on his time. If its the handover thats the problem could you try exploring someone else to help again. The courts will and do promote routines as being vital for children but given a 'good talking too' by the court as to why this is important then the court will want him to keep his routine of the Tuesday if he can then meet her other needs. I just dont want you to be seen as being difficult even though I know you are not. Can he not change his work pattern for the other afternoon? Its best to be seen to offer every solution that you can. Have you spoken with Cafcass ? what did they say?.
If Peppa pig world is out of the jurisdiction then you would need his permission. If not then you dont but if he is missing time with your daughter then its best to offer an alternative.
Thank you for your kind thoughts.
I was thinking about you again and didnt want you to think I was being harsh before as that wasnt my intention. Basically my logic was that as you had been successful in relation to the holiday - sometimes Judges like to 'even things out' if you know what I mean so I want you to use every possible option as an alternative to not look difficult.
Good luck with Cafcass - let me know how you get on.
The routine and disruption you have detailed for your daughter is very important and I am sure that you will get this all across to Cafcass.
You have to raise your concerns so dont feel bad for doing it.
bless you! I look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you for the update. Im glad to hear that all went well.
What happened with the nursery day - did it stay the same?
I am sorry to hear that.
1 hour away is not out of the jurisdiction so you do not technically require his permission. That being said and given the history in your case I have no doubt he would seek to apply for a PSO to prevent you moving so that leaves you starting the process of mediation and court again. The court again would make its decision based on what was in your daughters best interests and you would be favoured if you could still promote the relationship between them as part of your proposals.