Following on from a couple of threads in lone parents, people keep telling me to go to my MP for advice. With the family courts being closed as they are, and they put it in the order that it is not to be disclosed, if you go to your MP for help, is this contempt? Can you then be hauled over the coals for asking for help in an impossible situation?!
Having nosed at your other thread, I'd say leave it. There's not much an mp can do, and it will just be another example of your alleged trying to get people on side, if it gets out.
I've seen guardians in private law proceedings work on the basis that it must all be the resident parent's fault. The scales finally fell in one case, in the other, I don't think she ever accepted that she was wrong about my client.