Worried sick

(10 Posts)
Homely1 Mon 27-Jun-16 23:16:22

In mediation and child contact sorted. It appears as though I held some info re child but I honestly did not. Emails lost in cyberspace. Will he take me to court over this?

Homely1 Mon 27-Jun-16 23:30:37

Anyone?

MrsBertBibby Mon 27-Jun-16 23:53:25

I'm not sure what it is that has happened.

Homely1 Tue 28-Jun-16 00:20:43

He's accusing me of holding info on DC when I did not. I cannot prove it

FV45 Tue 28-Jun-16 11:13:43

You need to give us more information.

If you sent an email, it should be in your 'sent' folder.

Do you have a solicitor?

Homely1 Wed 29-Jun-16 06:46:10

I don't have it..... I have been having issues, had to delete emails as mailbox full.

I'm so worried

AnyFucker Wed 29-Jun-16 07:00:06

Blood. Stone.

Cabrinha Wed 29-Jun-16 07:00:57

Stay calm.
Does the information make a difference to child contact?
Is it something you ought to have told him?
If so, email him now (sounds like he already knows?), make the point in the email that you did send it before, stay neutral. Don't blame him - if he really didn't get it, it's not his fault. Then offer to go back to the mediator if it's important. It won't look good if he tries to drag something to court and has refused mediation.
If this information that he didn't get makes a difference, surely it's fair to go back to mediation?

fastdaytears Wed 29-Jun-16 07:07:05

If it's gmail or similar then unlikely to be lost forever.

But this doesn't sound like a massive issue.

Cocoabutton Wed 29-Jun-16 07:08:54

The onus is surely on him to prove this. He will only take you to court if he is a vindictive idiot with money to burn.

Maybe just offer to discuss who has what info and how it is accessed and communicated at mediation. For example, school can send him stuff independently as he has parental responsibility. If this is being used as a means of control - ie he wants a detailed update every week on everything through you, consider this more carefully and say no

In my experience, you should consult on education and medical matters, but you don't need to discuss what friends are round to play or bedtimes or food etc.

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