Do you mean that you want to stop him having contact altogether? How old is the child? When did he last have contact with the child? Was violence reported to the police?
I’m afraid that unless you can prove to the satisfaction of the court that there is going to be something detrimental to your daughter’s welfare and seeing her father, the chances of you stopping contact are going to be slim.
The courts believe that children should grow up knowing both parents and hence, it is unlikely to disallow contact.
If there is something untoward whereby the child’s welfare may be at risk, the court is more likely to award supervised contact at a contact centre than disallow it altogether.
If he continues to pester you, that is harassment and you can refer the matter to the police with a view to having him warned under the Protection from Harassment Act. You can apply to court for a non-molestation order to stopping calling you or coming within 100 m of you except to ring you to arrange child contact.
He is then going to have to apply for a Child Arrangement Order to formalise the arrangements.
I’m sorry, I know it’s not the answer you wanted by and large.
Can I clarify anything else for you?
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Best wishes. FES.