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the children are 14 and 12 and the holiday starts 26/7/2015
I do have a copy of the order but where would I find that information? Incidentally the ex has taken the children abroad and he is not objecting to that but won't pass the passports over
thanks for your answer but will this specific issue order ensure release of passports? Also can we claim the cost of taking to court against the ex husband?
thanks for the advice which is reassuring. However we are dealing with a slippery person here and he is quite liable to agree to pass over the passports in mediation (to avoid court) and to withhold at the last minute. Is it better to go ahead with the specific order release?
thanks but we have dealt with him a number of times and he is untrustworthy. If he agrees to pass over in mediation and then backtracks what happens then?
her ex refused mediation and my daughter has been told to fill in form C100...is this connected with the 'specific issue order'?
We have paid for the holiday (£1600) and so if all else fails would we be able to sue him in court for reimbursement?
just one last query...our daughter has gone ahead and taken it to the family court via a C100 form and without a solicitor (against our advice). She has asked for Specific Issue Order for the passports and at the same asked for a extra day per fortnight with the children.
The mediator advised her that the hearing could be held within 48 hours in urgent situations.
The court officer has now informed her the hearing cannot be held before the 25/6/2015 when they due to go on holiday!
Is there any emergency procedure that can be taken to get the hearing heard earlier please?