Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
for now please let me know whether your partner objects to the ex visiting?
if so, is he capable of giving a statement?
My partner suffered a brain injury as a result of being hit by a bus. Prior to this accident/suicide attempt he made his feelings perfectly clear that he hates her. I have seen him in tears so many times, she used their ch8ld as a weopan and constantly prevented access. The day this happened he had been tormented by her throughout the day and she informs him if he wants access he has to go to court. He cannot financially afford this and was lead to believe he would lose his only child. Dean cannot make any decisions on his own, I am currently his appointee and only want what is best for him.
Ok. Then you need to get a Solicitor to write and ask this person to stop or say you will go to Court.
If she refuses then you can apply for an injunction but you need to complete forms N1
The Court will then list the matter for hearing and decide whether to grant an injunction.
If the Court does and it was breached then this is contempt of Court and they can be warned, fined or sent to prison
If you employ a Solicitor and the injunction is granted you may be able to seek costs.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Can I go to any solicitor or can you write the letter because there is no new information in here that I didn't already know.
Is this something a solicitor would get involved with?
I need to know as I am only a common law partner, we were due to marry on 10 November but due to this accident I had to postpone it
Yes it helps, I just didn't want to waste my time by going because we aren't married.
Indeed. If you have been given instructions then you will be ok
Assuming you have some form of power of attorney which you seem to indicate you have.
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