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He is entitled to invite the court to hear this witness. You would oppose this and it is most unlikely that the court would allow your ex to give evidence in a case such as this. I have seen similar antics in the past but the court refuse to allow such evidence. There is a very helpful book on this topic on amazon which I would recommend for about a tenner - I have attached the link to help - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Represent-Yourself-Family-Court-understanding/dp/147211910X
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If he has been domestically violent then this is key. I would apply for legal aid if you have not already. I would also take a look at the book and also PR 12 J (https://www.familylaw.co.uk/news_and_comment/revised-practice-direction-12j-child-arrangements-and-contact-orders-domestic-abuse-and-harm) which protects victims of DV in case such as this and limits contact between the perpetrator and the child. Please rate positive.
Well you need to go and apply for legal aid. A solicitor can advise definitively. Happy to discuss and please rate positive for my time.
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