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Hi, I'm Lea
Can you tell me what the problem is so that I can see if I can assist you?
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Who are the documents from - the court or the other party?
The final order from court has to be sealed. If you received it directly from the court, that will be the case.
You can upload it for me to check if you like.
Sorry for the delay - I had to attend to something.
I've reviewed the document and it has the family court seal on it - top right hand side and appears a perfectly legitimate document to me.
If it was received via the court, (which the document title suggests it was), then it doesn't require any further stamps.
What other documents do you want from the court?
No, lawyers don't have access like that.
Contact the applicant's solicitors - they can provide you that information, though you should already have had them.
The court won't send you anything.
No one can get this information from the court.
You have to get it from the mother or her solicitor.
You can try asking the court if you want, but I suspect they will tell you that you should already have them or to get them from mother.
The court is the one you were at. East London.
It's just the family court - their contact details are online.
I can't comment regarding the judges - speak tothe court.
Access is the same for everyone. There is a pandemic.
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