Appeal by mother against order lifting a restriction upon the father taking the child to his home. Appeal dismissed.
Full judgement can be read on Bailii
Filed under child arrangements, children, court outcomes, family law
Tagged as Children, court outcomes, Family Law
John Bolch has discussed this case here: http://www.familylore.co.uk/
It comes across as a very nasty case of alienation and coaching in which a mother cannot accept that her son should have normal contact with his father. Everyone is wrong except her and she makes complaints against the CAFCASS officer and the social worker, both of whom encourage contact, before she unilaterally suspends contact. The only thing driving the case seems to have been the mother’s opposition to contact; no evidence emerges to justify her position and it seems entirely reasonable that the judge should have decided to allow interim contact, given the immense delay between hearings.
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