replied 1 year ago.
My apologies for late reply. Been with my wife for 10 years, and supporting our family financially for the last 9 bar a few months since my wife was made redundant. My wife hasn't worked since January 2009, and we have never been on benefits. Circ**tsances changed in Feb 2013 when I was made redundant at State Street Bank & Trust after 13 years of continuous service. My role was outsourced to Cape Town. I was in a process of moving there, but then found that my wife, Hanna, was pregnant with our second child after months of trying including visits to hospitals considering IVF.
At this point I decided that it was not a good idea to move there. State Street offered me a job in Edinburgh which I declined. I decided to take the money and stay with my family in London. Things didn't quite worked the way as I expected as the financial industry went into a melt down after 2008. I then started drinking, which in future years I sought help. Hanna in the mean time, I assume now after reading her statement which I dispute, started a diary.
I'm attaching the court orders and her statement.
I need a one to one to discuss all this, her statement and everything else.
As you can see from the court order I need to file a sworn evidence to the court by the 19th so this is urgent.
Non - Molestation Order In the
Family Court at BROMLEY (Under section 42 of the
Family Law Act 1996) Case No. BR16F00229
Applicant Hanna Azevedo
To Paulo Azevedo Ref
of Flat 3
Beech House Respondent Paulo Azevedo, date of birth 09/04/1970
Amended pursuant to FPR 2010 rule 29.16 on 11th July 2016
Important Notice to the Respondent Paulo Azevedo, date of birth 09/08/1970
You must obey this order.You should read it carefully. If you do not understand
anything in this order you should go to a solicitor, Legal Advice Centre or Citizens
Advice Bureau.You have a right to apply to the court to change or cancel the order.
If, without reasonable excuse, you do anything which you are forbidden from doing by this order, you
will be committing a criminal offence and liable on conviction to a term of imprisonment not exceeding
five years or to a fine or to both.
Alternatively, if you do not obey this order, you will be guilty of contempt of court and may be sent to
On 7th July 2016, Deputy District Judge Mills,
sitting at the Family Court at Bromley, College Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 3PX
considered an application and determined that it would make an order even though the Respondent had not
been given notice because it considered that there was a risk of significant harm to the Applicant or a relevant
child attributable to the Respondent if the order was not made immediately.
THE COURT ORDERED THAT
From and after the time when the Respondent is made aware of the terms of this order whether by personal
service or telephone or text message or otherwise the Respondent whether by himself or acting jointly with
any other person is forbidden to:
1) Use or threaten any violence towards the Applicant.
2) Threaten, intimidate, harass or verbally abuse the Applicant in any way.
3) Go to Upper Flat, 6, Carholme Road, London SE23 2HS or go into the road known as Carholme Road, or
go within 50 metres of 6, Carholme Road or go to any property at which he is aware that the applicant is living.
FL404A Non-Molestation Order
The Family Court at Bromley, College Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 3PX. Please address all communications to the Court Manager and quote the case number.
Tel:(###) ###-####9620 Fax: 0870(###) ###-####Produced By: Miss D Collier Page: 1
4) Send any threatening or abusive letters, emails, text or voicemail messages to the Applicant.
5) Make any threatening or abusive telephone calls to the Applicant.
6) Communicate with the Applicant whether by letter, telephone, text message or other means of communication
except in connection with these proceedings and then by text, email or letter only.
7) Go to Dalmain Primary School, Brockley Rise, Lewisham SE23 1AS and Busy as Bee's on Brockley Rise,
Lewisham SE23 1AS or go into Brockley Rise between 8.00am and 10.00am and 12.00 noon to 1.30pm and
2.30pm-4.00pm during term time.
8) Make any reference to the applicant, the children or these proceedings on Facebook, Twitter or any other
Social Network Site.
9) Damage or attempt to damage or threaten to damage any of the contents of Upper Flat, 6, Carholme Road,
London SE23 2HS.
10) The Respondent is also forbidden to instruct or encourage any other person to do anything which he is
forbidden to do by the terms of this order.
This order shall remain in force until 4.00pm on the 7th July 2017 unless before then it is varied or discharged
by an order of the court.
Either the Applicant or their solicitors must arrange for its service on the Respondent.
The court will re consider the application and whether the order should continue at a further hearing
at the Family Court at Bromley, College Road, Bromley BR1 3PX