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If you have serious concerns and can back these up, then you have grounds to disobey the order and withhold contact.
If you are concerned that the mother is a risk to your child, and may try to take them from you, then make an application for an emergency prohibited steps order to prevent your child being removed from your care. This would trigger the process of the court looking at the current order again too, which you can make representations to the court about changing if you feel the current order is not workable or safe.
The form to do this is the c100:
You need to file in your local family court and if you want an urgent hearing you'll have to contact them by telephone and email an application in this morning. The hearing will be by telephone.
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