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You could in this case consider a prohibited steps order to specify that your child cannot come into contact with your ex partner's father.
You can agree this at court as part of the overall package if necessary.
If your ex partner is not having contact yet then you don't need to ask for this order until they are. If they are having contact currently then you need to consider an urgent application to put this in place.
It's the c100 form - the same form that I sent a link for a ew days ago.
For an urgent application you don't need to attend mediation.
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