My ex daughter in law has stopped me seeing my grandchildren. They live 3 doors away. How can I have access without going to court?

12th May 2020

CATEGORY: Family

LOCATION: SOUTH GLAMORGAN

1 answer
  • Curwens LLP

    This is a real shame and unfortunately a common problem. If there is no-one who can assist the two of you to discuss this informally (like a mutually trusted friend or someone respected within the community) your next best step is to try Mediation. If you locate a suitable family mediator (and they are still working remotely during lockdown) they can explain the process to you and if you want to try it out, offer to get in touch with your daughter-in-law. It is voluntary, but it is much quicker and cheaper than going to court.

    If this fails, you would ideally want to liaise with your son (ie the father of the children) about taking matters to court, as he has a stronger case to have contact with them. However, I appreciate I do not know the background to his position and whether he sees the children.

    For more information and to find a faily mediator please try www.resolution.org.uk

    Good luck with this

    AManda THurston

    Solicitor

    Curwens LLP

     

     

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