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This is a blog I update weekly for my son Byron. It exists because I can no longer send twice weekly letters by post to the UK address where he may or may not be resident, although I have no way of knowing and no legal recourse to finding out. This follows obstruction to the process by members of family law. I would not know his address because the mother, who is a practicing member of family law does not disclose this information unless I pay another member of this clique called family law to enforce the address disclosure. Which I will not do after two previous residential relocations which led to a total ten-month period in which I paid one family law member to make another family law member do what is required by law. To provide the child’s address to the parent. Because a total of ten months of my sons life has been spent waiting for family law to provide me with his whereabouts, and nothing has been done by way of censure for the miscreants in this process, I am unable to pay family law to contact my son, or attempt to win visitation after the events in family court that predate and give context too this blog called ‘Letters to Byron.” This blog provides the only means by which I can confidently communicate with my son, now 10, because four members of British family law have serially abused the Solicitors regulation Authority published ethical code. This must form the basis of an inquiry and accountability if we are to expect any meaningful changes in the arcane legal system that, according to CAFCASS CEO Anthony Douglas practices parental alienation and child abuse in 100% of disputed cases. The content of this blog is shared only for readers accepting that they are accessing private and confidential details subject to declared copyright in the intellectual property of a series of words called ‘Letters to Byron‘. You may not enter without accepting the terms and conditions specified prior to reading ‘Letters to Byron’. Breaching the copyright in any way, using it in any harmful or indiscreet context beyond ‘read only’ access will automatically assume wilful, knowing breach of a copyright. If you have any intention of using any of the following copyright content in any way that breaches the conditions of entry, by proceeding in awareness that you have understood and accepted the terms and conditions of entry to this blog and all its content, you agree unreservedly to pay the copyright owner, Andrew Brel, £1 (one) million in damages within seven days of NOTICE OF BREACH OF the copyright. If you are unwilling or unable to make that payment within 7 days you agree unreservedly that any court in the UK can enforce interest on the damages you accepted by proceeding in awareness that you or your agents are breaching the terms and condition of entering at 8% from the date of the breach.
Contact me directly (by private message) if you wish to use any part of the ‘Letters to Byron’. If you are a parent who has experienced a bad family court ruling that abused your child’s rights to be with you, I am so sorry. I am available to consult (by facebook private message) with support or assist with publishing your story. When Family law abuses its own published ethical code to cause real and life lasting harm to children, there is a case to answer.