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Firstly, please don't panic about the craves your ex partner has made to the court. This is very common and the court wont act on simple allegations. What you will want to do if you are representing your case, it present your defence to the judge. If there are any potential issues in relation to what your partner has said then the court would see if there is any substance to these. There is no way they are simply going to believe your ex partner. The courts are also very live to these types of allegation. What you will want to do is tell the court that you are willing to "give an undertaking" not to approach your ex pattern or her home etc. however, for you to facilitate this undertaking there will have to be other arrangements put in place so that you can see the children. What the court are likely to is make an order so that you can see the children without having contact with your ex partner, for example hand over or contract can be facilitated by a contact or mediation centre. The court are not going to act based on one persons word. As I said, they are very "alive" to these types of situations. Prepare what you are going to say to the court and tell your side of the story calmly and pragmatically. The court will always look at what is best for the children and use every endeavour to facilitate this.
I hope this information has helped.
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