One thread of legal proceedings.
The second thread of legal proceedings is regarding non-molestation.
I didn’t want to dispute accusations, so much bullshit, so much drama.
I thought I saved myself effort and hassle by not disputing them but agreeing on “undertakings”.
In my version of reality, I did a settlement, agreed not to do things, without diving into details.
Unfortunately, the “undertakings” gave the other party the right to claim Legal Aid.
Can I appeal and revert non-molestation undertakings, so that the Legal Aid in other court proceedings is removed?
Solicitors compensated from Legal Aid want to keep things going.
As opposed to resolving underlying matters.
Here is a BBC article about Legal Aid: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-44628179
The charity suspects that solicitors' firms are talking parents into seeking such orders because it enables them to qualify for legal aid, from which both the legal profession and the complainant could benefit.
It’s difficult to prove it.
(if you don’t know what's going on, simply follow the money)
But maybe we can undo?