My ex husband and I have been divorced since 2011. We have 3 kids together and decided on 50/50 custody. We never got an official court order. My ex is a religious extremist so he has severe, oppressive rules in his house. My oldest daughter stopped going to his house during his scheduled time because of this when she was 16. He didn't put up a fight and life went on. Because our next child was a boy, we didn't have any issues as his religion gives more freedom to male children. Now we are on the last child at home, a girl who is now a teenager so life is getting tough again. I don't want to change our agreement but my issue is this, in his efforts to control our daughter, he is reaching out and harrassing me whenever I have her with constant questions and demanding to have control in my house and know every aspect of our life on my time. I find this very intrusive and since we are on the last 4 years of parenting and have never needed the courts, I'm not sure how to proceed. What rights does he have to intervene or control my household on my custody time? Can he implement religious rules from another country in my home? Ideally, I would like to avoid court if possible.
He has zero rights or ability to tell you how to govern your house and what religion to implement.
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