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I'm just reviewing your question.
There is no obligation for either the mother or her solicitor to formally notify you that they are acting for her and have authority to negotiate for her, aside from sending you a letter which they have done as far as I can tell from your question - and this is sufficient.
Is there anything further I can clarify about this for you today?
You are entitled to communicate about contact, and contact should not be suspended unless there is a credible risk to health. Children should be able to travel between parent's houses.
If you are now being asked to communicate through her solicitor, then this is what you will have to do I'm afraid.
You can be clear that contact, unreasonably withheld, will result in an enforcement application to court.
I hope that clarifies things for you?
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