I really need to get help with my problem with my ex so I can help others in a similar situation and reassure them that they are not alone.As a father you are setting a good example by wanting to fix problems with your ex and be able to see your children regularly.The legal system is there for good reason and does play an important role in securing fathers’ rights, but is not the only solution.You do not say what your relationship with your ex is like but you may want to consider asking her to attend some Mediation Sessions with you.
My solicitor won't go any further until she gets legal aid and I haven't seen my children for nearly two months.
I have been told it could be another month before she can apply for the aid. We should be able to have responsibility for our children - we are not here JUST to bring them into the world and then leave.
Unfortunately, the legal system can be slow to sort things out and this can be very frustrating for you, especially when you are unable to see your children in the meantime.
Ultimately, it is still the best route to go down in order to secure your Rights To Visitation and to play an active part in your children’s upbringings, but there are other steps you can take.
What are the best steps I can take to help myself and other dads in this situation?Is there something I could learn about in college that would be useful?