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No problem. Can you tell me if there is a court order in place currently for contact and what it is that you have been falsely accused of?
OK, then in this case you may have no option other than to bring this back before a family court judge.
You have two options:
1. Apply to enforce the existing order - form C79
2. Apply for a new/ varied child arrangements order - form C100
The forms are here:
Either route will get this back into court. I would suggest that enforcement is perhaps going to be less successful than simply applying again for a child arrangements order - on the basis that contact has been stopped.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Technically yes, but I suggest that you contact a mediator and explain the situation - and in the circumstances I expect they will sign the form to say that this is not suitable for mediation.
Is there anything else I can assist with?
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