I am assuming you are meaning access to children. If this is the case, there is no law in place which prevents him to do this. However, if he is not willing to allow you access then in the first instance you should try family mediation to try and resolve any issues which are causing this situation. This is a service which is assisted by professional mediators. If the other party is not willing to engage or mediation is not successful, you can look at applying to the court for an order to put legally enforceable contact back in place. You will do this by way of a form C100 in the family court.
To find a mediator in your local area, use this site :
In order to apply to the court, you will need to fill out and send form C100 with a cheque of £215 payable to HMCTS to your local family court centre. Or you can ring the court and pay over the phone (or pay in person if you go directly to the court and pay at the counter). If you are on low income/have low savings you can apply for a fee exemption here:
Once you apply the court will list a hearing where you and your ex attends. There will be a family advisor there too (from Cafcass) and if arrangements can be agreed then a consent order will be drawn up.
I shall provide you with a helpful link that will assist you in finding a solicitor/representative near your local area. This will provide you with someone nearby your area who can assist you if required.
I hope this information proved helpful. You will find a local solicitor who deals with these matters on the law society webpage which is as follows;
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