you. You should try to resolve matters using family mediation http://www.familymediationhelpline.co.uk/find-service.php
it is quicker and less confrontational than court it isnt necessarily cheaper
If this fails then she can apply to the court for a
defined contact order which will formalise arrangements.
The necessary forms are available on the here
The court will not make a reluctant parent have contact but they do not
want to have.
So, if you want to take the children back earlier, the court will not
That doesn't mean that it won't stop your ex being awkward. If she tries to
stop contact however, the court will enforce a reasonable amount of contact and
if you cannot agree between you. What is happening, the court will decide for
you and then you are stuck with it and you will have to work your way around it
yourself. It is a shame that it is come to this, because clearly it has worked
well so far and it would be a shame to waste. What could be thousands of pounds
in legal costs over a simple timing issue.
There is no legal solution to sorting out the timing between you if she
will not agree to mediation or it breaks down.
I'm sorry, I wish I could offer you a magic solution, but there is not one.
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