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If you wish to have contact and access with your daughter, then the starting point for that is to discuss and request this with the other parent.
If they refuse, or will not discuss the matter with you, then you would need to apply for mediation to try and resolve the matter. Should that fail, or the other party refuses to take part, you would be give a certificate to show you tried. You can then progress to the family court and make a C100 application for a child arrangements hearing to take place. A judge will here the case, and then decide on the matter.
You may depending on your circumstances be entitled to legal aid. The link here will assist with that. Enter your postcode select family and a list of local,legal aid firms will appear. If not entailed to legal aid, they can still assist as a private client.
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There are a number of companies who offer this service. You would need to enter a search online to find a local one to where you live, simply look for family mediation service.