Monday, October 9, 2006
This is an excerpt of a letter from my ex's lawyer, Romuald Kwolak, dishonouring a verbal agreement to give me wider access to my children stated before Justice Gladys Pardu at a Case Conference on September 1, 2006. Rather than commence it in September as agreed he says it will be reviewed after October 10, 2006. Talk about putting the "screws" to someone. That is my 60th birthday. My wife hasn't produced the children for interview by the Children's Lawyer and it is just another stalling tactic so she doesn't lose control any sooner than she has to.
With respect to the issue of access, we are suggesting that:
l. Supervised access continue at the present time. Any other access should wait until we get some direction from the Office of the Children's Lawyer. I understand that he will viewing supervised access on September 17, 2006. Hopefully, we would get some direction from Mr. Zuliani, from the Office of the Children's Lawyer, as to how to proceed by the end of October. Access would be reviewed, in any event, after October 10th.
Pretty duplicitous by any standard! The interesting thing is he will eventually write me letters wondering why there is so much animosity. One such letter will say he is downright unhappy about how I refer to his client with such descriptive terms. Does this guy think memories are erased after the month end in the same manner his client erased financial records at the business.