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    Hi need some advice I had a Cafcass recommendation court order against me but have since moved back to the family home and have regular contact with my children. My husband has been very abusive towards me and today I had to call the police. I was asked to leave the property as my husband gave them the order and they said it still applies. Is this correct ?
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    Hi Nicnak,

    An order will continue until such time as a further order is made by the Court or an application is made to amend it. What does the order state? That you should not be in the home?

    It is worth mentioning also that if your husband doesn't comply with the order ie preventing you being at the property (if that is the terms of the order) and there could be repercussions if he is found not to be doing what is in the children's best interests (which is what the order is trying to do I assume).

    Your husband being abusive to you is a separate issue but whilst being in breach of an order would be difficult for the Police to take further action I would imagine.

    Probably not what you wanted to hear I'm afraid. A little more information about the order may shed some light and enable us to respond more fully if needed.
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