I would - only if my ex was willing to sit down with me and a mediator so that we can set out the terms of visitation etc for the next year or so.
No - I don't think so - I think he is speaking out of anger, but it is a worry. In this case I am telling him that my friends will be picking my son up on this one occasion. I will have a discussion with my son on the phone that his aunt and uncle will be there to pick him up so that he is aware too and not confused.
Am I right in the following:
The original statement of arrangements still stand?
That he has parental authority?
That if I were to stop my husband from seeing his child until he agrees to mediation that he could apply to the court for a Contact Order?
That the court would want us to attend mediation if a Contact Order was requested by my ex?
Can I make a condition at he never sends me threatening/unkind emails iro his son and myself or my extended family and friends?
I wish to write a letter (not an email or a text) but an actual letter to his home address outlining my requests for mediation and contact - if he still refuses can I legally prohibit him from contact until he changes his mind? Considering that I have to face another ten years of this, is this a reasonable request?