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05/04/2012 at 15:32
09/04/2012 at 05:45
14/05/2012 at 22:15
Hello, I just wanted to reassure you that the court would see in yoru favour unless he has a restraining order agaisnt you. I hate to judge, but your ex seems like a right piece of work! You have all right to know where you dear son is staying, you're simply being a responsible mother. I would say you are well within your rights to withhold contact until the address is confirmed. If he was a decent and 'normal' person he would disclose these basic details to you. I hope you are okay? and enjoying life as a single mum. I have had a similar experience to you, but my youngest is now 2.5years. his father, my ex hubby got engaged to another women whilst I was pregnant with his child... disgraceful. Anyway, take care, if you ever want to chat, pop me a message. Rachel x
14/05/2012 at 22:25
Hello had the same problem with my ex he said the same i had a letter sent saying i had no problem with him moving on in his life but my first prioty was my daughters well fare and the solictor said he had to do it as i was not being unfair asking x good luck
15/05/2012 at 02:53
15/05/2012 at 12:05
Sadly some see it as a way of shirking responsibility, if they don't provide their address you can't send them mail/phonecalls from CSA & solicitors regarding what they should or shouldn't be doing. Personally I'd be arranging all future contact at a contact/welfare centre as this whole thing to me spells distrust from your ex & as such I wouldn't trust him either.
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