However if this causes you problems, perhaps ask your ex-wife if you can swop the day that you see your daughter to a day when she is home earlier."I have lost my job and have been unable to pay child support. My ex is now saying that if I can't pay child support, then I can't see my kids. "Any changes to a contact order must be agreed by both parties.One party cannot unilaterally decide to change the order or apply additional terms.
The Court will wish to see that other methods of resolving the issue have been attempted, which is where copy letters (as in point 2 above) are useful.
If you wish to apply to vary a child arrangement order, you will need to use form C100 (which can be found on the HMRC website)If you are considering making an application to Court, seek independent legal advice.
However make sure that you have this agreement in writing to protect yourself should a further dispute arise.]"I've had a court order for three years to see my children and everything was working fine, until we had an argument last week when she refused to let them come, after the third week in a row.
Admittedly, it got a bit heated and we had a big argument on the doorstep.
Arguably anything that does not comply with the order is a breach.
For example if the order states that the non-resident parent should have contact every Friday from 5pm and contact is not provided until pm, this is technically a breach of the order.
A 'contact order' is an order made by the court that determines who is entitled to communicate with a child (either through face to face meetings or telephone calls, or indirectly such as by letter).
A 'residence order' is an order made by the court that determines where and with whom a child lives.
For example one of you drops the children off at school and the other collects from school.
Contact or Children and Family Centres will also assist with the transfer in such situations.