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You cannot legally stop him from having access to your child unless continued access will be of detriment to your child’s welfare.
Until a court order is arranged, one parent may attempt to prevent a relationship with the other. If this happens, your main priority should be the welfare of your child.
You and your partner might agree the time you will spend with your child and want to make this legally binding. If you cannot agree, you will need a court order.
The best option for your child is always a harmonious out-of-court agreement. If you can’t achieve this and things get difficult.
Thereafter the best course of action would be a dispute resolution process.
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