My ex is dating a felon
Rather, if you are going to get orders having the paramour not be present, it is important to request an injunction from your ex allowing this person to be present or near your child.We have dealt with this issue in our office multiple times and we are experienced to assist you.I thought he was going to visit family and bring them back.I got my 3 older ones back because he has no legal right...Since your boyfriend has a child of his own and has visitation, that doesn't seem to be the case.The only way the Family Court would outright deny custody is if you or your boyfriend were convicted of first degree murder (or anyone in your home is convicted of murder) or a "family offense", meaning domestic violence against the child, or your ex.
You contact your ex to find out who this person is and if there is anything you should be concerned about.
First and foremost, the family court will do what is in the best interests of the child, not what is in the best interest of your ex-husband.
In order for your ex to successfully get a restraining order he would have to prove that you being with your boyfriend is an "unreasonable risk to the health, safety and welfare of your child." If you choose to keep your boyfriend away from your child for your own reasons, that's fine, but I sincerely doubt the court will make you do it.
He hasnt been in their lives since my oldest was 18 months, she is now 8. I already have the divorce but when he finds out my man is in prison, if he hasn't already figured it out, he will be so out of control.
Because your guys crime had nothing to do with children or domestic violence, a judge may not give him what he's asking for. Yasmeen That situation is exactly what I am worried about. I can see it in my ex's eyes that he is curious as to who this new love in my life is.