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is the letter on headed stationary
It could just be a badly written letter not checked for errors sent out from the office.
Normally, yes the letter would clearly show who the sender is.
Best bet is contact the office and see who sent it.
If you are separated, under covid19 the case has always been children can travel between parents. But safety first.
Vheck who letter is from first then reply to their office.
It is always advised to reply, if he takes a case to court he would argue the your fail to reply to solicitors letters.
No letters do not need to be sent recorded, in law, letters are deemed sent and received
Deemed service is the date calculated in accordance with Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) part 6.14 that is used by the Court as the delivery of a court form or document.
First class post - The second business day after it was posted, left with, delivered to or collected by the relevant service provider provided that day is a business day; or if not, the next business day after that:
It would be deemed delivered unless you prove otherwise.
The letter issue is a fact of law, can’t do anything about that.
As for arrangements, that is way out side of the question you asked about the sending of a letter, a complete different area of law. You would need to accept this answer then ask a new question. Family lawyer can then help you. But as it stands, if you object to contact,mit would be a matter for the family court.
With covid19 everything can be slow, so would not worry about that.
As it is family related, then yes. You should find you could get legal Aid for it. Contact a local family law firm offering legal aid.
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