Can my ex stop me seeing the kids?
Your partner cannot legally stop you from having access to your child unless continued access will be of detriment to your child’s welfare. Until a court order is arranged, one parent may attempt to prevent a relationship with the other. If this happens, your main priority should be the welfare of your child.
Can a ex Stop Me from seeing my child?
Technically yes, your ex can stop you from seeing your son. This of course falls out of any legal requirement, but does fall short of laws relating to your child i.e. they have the right to parents. If this is how your ex is playing it, and believe me you are not alone on this. I would recommend raising a Contact Order through the courts.
Can a divorced parent still see their child?
Unfortunately, some divorced parents just can’t seem to co-parent successfully. Often, custodial parents will (without any cause) prevent non-custodial parents from seeing their children for months and sometimes, years.
Can a partner stop me from having access to my Children?
If you already have a court order or other legally binding agreement in place regarding the arrangements for your child, and your partner is breaching it, you can:
How to deal with an ex spouse withholding child visitation?
If your attorney reaches out to the custodial parent (or the custodial parent’s attorney) with a letter stating that the interference with visitation is unacceptable, and you are willing to go to court to enforce your rights, it may be enough to encourage the custodial parent to comply with the visitation order and schedule your make-up time.
Can You Stop Your Ex from seeing your children?
Thankyou for sharing with the mums your experience of this. Its so difficult when children are involved- also with yours being older they are much more tuned in to the relationship between their parents. They also often say a lot more as well- they dont need to be told as they can work it out for themselves.
Is it bad to keep in contact with an ex?
The answer isn’t a simple yes or no. You should think about your motives for wanting to maintain contact. If you’re using an ex as a backup, contact with the ex is likely to undermine your current relationship. Other research has shown that reminders of your ex can keep you attached to that person and make it more difficult to get over them. 4
What to do if your ex has custody of your kids?
Try having a civil conversation with your ex about having more time with your kids. If that doesn’t work, you can request a modification of the visitation schedule in court. Joint physical custody is another option if you and your ex don’t live too far apart.
What to do if your ex is not showing up for visitation?
If there is no valid reason and you can’t work out a solution, you can ask a judge to enforce or change the visitation order. You should create a list of all the times your ex shows up late or doesn’t show up at all so you have some documentation of the problem.