Thank you for the question. I am sorry to hear about this matter. Unfortunately, they are correct that in order to appeal a decision then it really has to be based on a point of law, you can also get an appeal if you feel the judge has failed to consider substantial evidence. If you breach a court order, then you can be found in contempt of court. However, there is a legal provision to say that you can breach a court order if it is directly in relation to the safeguarding of the children. However prior to doing this, I would speak with your solicitor as they will know more about the case than I do, however if you feel the children (not you) are in danger then you can prohibit contact on the basis of safeguarding. However as I said you will want to speak to your solicitor about this, if the you do stop any contact and the court feel that you have done so because of your previous complaints and not the actually safeguarding of the children, then yes, you could be punished for this. Do also remember that if you are not satisfied with your solicitor, you have the right to instruct a new representative.
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