My ex just got married not even a week ago. Me and her have never really gotten along and she has always kept trying to be involved in the situation with my son. I have actually seen no proof of her and him actually being married and through social media he still calls her his girlfriend.
Technically speaking a step-parent does not have any legal rights to your child. However, most courts will allow a step-parent to provide care for a child when the parent is away and to transport a child to school and activities.
I just wrote a blog about an interfering new "significant other" at our firm's web site. It is a common problem. The answer to your question is this new person in your ex's life has no rights towards your children or duty to pay child support; depending on the level of interference, you have the right to file a motion with the court, understand the court has no jurisdiction over her to order her or make them do anything, but they can order your ex to order them not to allow this person to interfere.
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