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Likewise, in court name-calling and/or being critical of the other parent will not hold water.The court is only concerned about what it thinks is in the best interests of the children as it has only the children's welfare at heart, it is not interested in general disagreements between parents.You don’t mention how old your children are, but if you have to go to a court for a Contact Order and access set, their wishes will be taken into account, if they’re old enough to express them – the whole aim of the court is to set what’s best for the children.However, they will take prior access times into account, and the fact that you work away during the week should not matter in the least, since it hasn’t in the past.I have replied several times but the format of my proposal is 'unacceptable'; not the times just the layout.Is there a standard template for such arrangements? ps I am well aware she is just being difficult, but need to clear this hurdle.I will put an edited version of your comment on our Separated Dads Facebook page, so that people who have had experience can give you hopefully helpful advice and guidance. While I can understand your frustrations with your ex and her boyfriend, just to mention that mediation is non-judgmental so it will not judge, highlight or condemn either parent on their previous actions.
Is she allowed to do this or am I better off going to court to gain access, bearing in mind that I cannot have custody of them during the week?A support service officer will interview you, along with your ex and others, in order to determine that you can meets the needs of the kids when they’re with you and whether they will be safe with you, even though you have almost certainly proved that to be the case in the past. The ideal solution, though, is if you and your ex can resolve this amicably between the two of you. It's a great resource where you can ask for advice on topics including Child Access, Maintenance, CAFCASS, Fathers Rights, Court, Behaviour or simply to have a chat with other dads.