Are you asking if you can stop him getting access?
Then I'm afraid you cannot.
If he applies to the court he will be given access even if it is in a contact centre to start off with.Children have a right to contact with their fathers and courts no longer tolerate obstruction.
In fact, it is genuinely the quickest way to lose custody of a child. The ultimate sanction is the transfer of custody although that would not happen until a very long period of obstruction.
Courts don't allow women to obstruct contact anymore.
If he applies he will be given access.
Yes, they do. The court's view will be that it is the child's right to see his father and any obstruction will be considered detrimental.
CSA has no relevance. That is a dispute between the parents in which the child should not be involved.
The fact he is not on the birth certificate will make no difference long term. He can get parental responsibility and, in fact, it would be held against her not him.
She would be much better off if she were offering something.
Yes, that is right.
Access will not be denied to him because your daughter makes allegations.
Even if the child has never met him there could still be contact in a contact centre.
The fact that men haven't seen their children is not automatically presumed to be their fault any more.
Sorry, I lost my connection.
No problem. All the best.