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Mojo
 Mojo
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And this might help...

http://www.thecustodyminefield.com/flapp/positionstatements.html

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Posted : 30/01/2017 1:06 am
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longjohn
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thank you very much, just one more question again please sorry for sounding so dumb, so do i need to just fill in and send one page9, or should i fill page 9 and send the whole original c1a received from my ex wifes solicitor to the court?
and many thanks for the link 🙂

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Topic starter Posted : 30/01/2017 1:07 am
Mojo
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I think you'll need to fill in section 1 anyway, so I'd just send the complete form in with a covering letter. If in doubt you can always call the court office and they will clarify.

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Posted : 30/01/2017 1:19 am
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Danny229
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Hi there

My ex has claimed DV. We have been separated 6 yrs and I have had reg contact with my son since however September 2019 I had an accident and couldn’t pay CSA and it got nasty, she stopped me seeing him.

I finally got the matter to court August 2020 where she now claimed DV out of no where she was ordered to completed a C1a, she failed so do this was reordered to do it on the 26/08 so that I could reply for the next hearing. That is now today at 11.30 what are my rights that’s now 3 months she has has now to send this I can’t even defend myself because I don’t know what I am supposed to of done this is the reason she said she has stopped me seeing my son.

Has anyone got any advice thanks

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Posted : 02/11/2020 11:38 am
Bill337
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hi,

it's her responsibility to submit C1A. I would advise you to try stay squarely focused on restarting contact with your child. do you have a position statement for your hearing? do you have a DRA dispute resolution hearing coming up?

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Posted : 02/11/2020 12:55 pm
longjohn
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Hi, dont worry too much about thinking to defend yourself against the DV allegation as your ex should have filled the papers by now in order for you to give your response. go to your hearing date and tell the judge you didnt received any correspondence from your ex and she had enough time to do the papers. its only delaying tactics it seems shes indulging in. if theres no evidence or 3rd party witness then its hearsay and judges too know that so i wont worry a lot about that. most importantly ask for the contact to be re-started with your child and keep mentioning that in front of the judge.

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Topic starter Posted : 04/11/2020 12:12 am
longjohn
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hi thanks for the reply. since i started the discussion about C1A there have been so many ups and down. i have been to court few times. first time i went to the court to seek contact i believe this is when i started this discussion. my ex made false accusations of DV and harming the child which obviously got Cafcass involved luckily in front of cafcass i managed to prove my ex is lying. thanks to some text messages i had and discrepancies in her statement. result cafcass recommended contact unsupervised. but this wasnt the end yet. after couple of years my ex made extremely serious false allegation of child sexual abuse against me ie falsly accusing me of abusing my daughter it was then when all hell broke loose. contact was stopped social services got involved police got involved i was questioned by detective at mine. then cafcass was also involved god went through proper hell.

most of the family court judges are useless and impotent. even if they know a mother is lying still sides with her mostly cos if they upset the mother that in turn would upset the child so these useless judges are cowering and bowing down most of the times in front of lying mothers.

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Topic starter Posted : 04/11/2020 12:21 am
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