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What does it mean when a court order is made and the ex will not stick to it?
Court application been made by myself as my ex will not stick to our court order. My son has now been diagnosed with cancer. Fhdra appointment today Needs to be refered to a district judge. Due to seriousness What Does that mean? I’m so stressed with it all.

Anonymous

12th March 2022

Top Answer
Non practising quaIified. It means that the case will now be heard by a legally qualified judge, rather than by lay justices. It is only the most straightforward of cases which are dealt with by lay justices. Was the original order made by a district judge?

Carol Lewis

12th March 2022

I still don’t have the letter they said they sent me from cafcass ( safeguarding on ) Not Evan spoke to anyone from cafcass Till he was on the call today for the FHDRA he was the officer on duty!

Anonymous

12th March 2022

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