Our expert says:
Was that amount and timin of access decided by the court ? If so, it can be enforced, if not, it would be wise to get a court to reconsider the whole issue of ccess. Your ex is behaving badly - I wish there were penalties for any parent who involves their children in warfare with their ex. UNless you have previously behaved very badly indeed ( towards the child - access should never be based on the quarrels between the ex-partners ) you should be allowed more access, and a court may also ask your ex to stop this manipulation of the child - the court is required to make decisions on the basis of whatever is best for the child, not on what the other ( or father ) wants
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