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Hello, my son isn't his but my daughter is his. Also forgot to mention that the intermediary for access to our daughter is his uncle which proves awkward as he always takes my exs side on any matter I bring up.
we have a court order for him to see her 8 hours every other Saturday. His belongings include clothing, a bicycle, paperwork and odd bits of kitchenware. Also a few tools. The furniture I believe he is also wanting is a sofa, a corner unit, a set of wicker drawers and a dishwasher.
I have a restraining order against him which was given by the court when he was convicted of assaulting me. He is not allowed to come to the house. He has also moved hundreds of miles away but as he takes our daughter (against my wishes) to his girlfriends parents house I believe he could leave the belongings there. I have explained that anyone else can collect his things, they have been locked in one of my outhouses for the past 18 months.
My mother takes her to a meeting place near my home and hands her over and then collects her from the same point. He is also not allowed to discuss anything other than our daughter as it is third party contact which would breach his restraining order. If he tries to ask any questions he is told told to go through the intermediary
His brother? He isn't involved in this. His uncle (the intermediary) lives a few miles from me but I don't have an exact address.
Just to clarify I have text the uncle and have had confirmation that the ex has been informed of my intentions. I have placed an ad in a paper local to the location I believe he is in and plan to have my mother give him a letter stating the same on his next visit with our daughter. Is this sufficient notice? With regards ***** ***** furniture I am using in the family home which was gifted to us by his family for our family can I refuse to give these items to him? What would happen then? Do I have to sell his possessions for a certain price or have proof of sale? Thank you
Sorry for asking for more clarification but what would be proof of gaining a reasonable price? I only ask because the ex is determined to find a way to either sue me, take me to court for removing his belongings or find me in breach of any agreement.