The custodial parent to my husbands son is renting a room out in her home via the website AirBNB. This site is for home or room rental to complete strangers. I would believe that this has to be wrong on so many different levels but I'm not an attorney so could be wrong.
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There's no 'rule' against this.
If you find this harmful to the child then talk to an attorney about your best course of action.
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It depends on the content of the child custody orders. If there is language that prohibits this, then he should consult/hire a local attorney to enforce these prohibiting provisions. If there is no such language, than he could always file a modification suit to address the issue. In doing so, he would need to show why this is not in the child's best interest - most likely something that directly shows adverse impact on the child.
Your husband should consult daily law ciounsel regarding fUling a modification of parent child relationship.
You should talk with your ex about your concerns. Make sure your chikd is never left unattended when strangers are present. You probably do not have the right to object to how she manages her home outside of issues about your child's safety.
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Renting alone is not sufficient to be a violation but renting to a known sex offender or registered sex offender, then it may be a problem.
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