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Good afternoon, welcome to just answer. I am a solicitor and reviewing your question now for you. If the parent is able to ensure that you have your agreed access by making arrangements to bring the children then yes they are able to refuse to give you their address. Any clarification please do not hesitate to send your follow up question. I am glad to helo further. All the best.
Hi, thank you for your message. If she is threatening to move away with the children and prevent access then that is a different story you can warn her that you would engage the police as that would amount to abduction of your children. The difficulty when you have a court order and you have other arrangements outside the court order, you will have struggle trying to enforce the order as you would have been complicit in disregarding the order in the first place. Should she deny you visitation then you will have no option but to return to court.
Hi, you are welcome. With that background I do not think you will get an amicable agreement out of her. You may just need to make an application to court to vary the current order given the change in circumstances