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Damaging the wing mirror of a car does not make your son a risk to his children.
Parents often behave badly towards one another in a relationship break up but that does not make either of them a bad parent. Your son is not asking for contact with the mother he is asking for contact with his children which is an entirely different matter.
Social services also need to consider that it is actually not the right of the parent to see the child, it is the right of the child to see the parent that the court would consider. As a result, the court will uphold his right to see his childrenb
The only cautionary note I would give is that he needs to be reasonable in his contact requests particularly given the current COVID situation and he needs to avoid giving her any more ammunition.
If social services continue to treat him this way he needs to make a formal complaint using the councils complaints procedure which can be done online. I would suggest that he e mails them first pointing out the above threatening the formal complaint if they fail to alter their stance
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Hi I have just telephoned but been unable to get through.
Your son needs to be patient , she is making maximum use of the fact he has been charged and the last thing he needs right now is another incident.
The children will miss him and they will say so , if she does love the children there will only be so long she can deprive them of seeing their father.
The other point is that there is no reason why he should not see the children in the company of a third party that is known to both sides , subject to distancing , social bubbles etc.
I have just tried again with no success I will report the failure to the administrators so you are not charged for the call.