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Thank you for your enquiry. I am sorry to hear about your situation. Clearly this is something you have concerns about. If you ex is misleading everyone and potentially putting the children at risk then one thing you can do (even if there is a court order in place) is stop contact completely. If you do this due to serious concerns then it would be classed as safeguarding. However, if there is a court order and you wish to do this then it would be a good idea to speak to cafcass and also the social work prior to taking this action. That way everyone is informed about what is happening in the matter and you are not breaching any conditions. It may be the case that the social work or cafcass will look at making arrangements of their own. Once this is done you can look at returning to court to have any contact order amended due to the actions of your ex.
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