My X lives in his "girlfriend " house, they both make over 6 figure. She has no kids. They have the room to provide my daughter with her own room. But they say it's a guest room. My daughter doesn't feel like it's her space and is not wanting to visit, my daughter is 17 , 18 end of may.
Your daughter is three months away from her 18th birthday, at which time, she is free to live where she wants and visit where she wants. I am not sure what your question is, however. Obviously, an almost 18 year old young woman needs to have her private space. With only three months before she is legally an adult, however, there is nothing to be accomplished by litigating this issue.
It is their house and if they are saying the room they have is a guest room, that is their business. However, your daughter is 17 now and will turn 18. At this point, it is solely up to your daughter to determine if she wants to see the visiting parent or not. A court is not going to tell a 17 or 18 year-old they have to visit a parent. If they don't have "room" for her that is more of a moral/family decision as opposed to a legal question. And no "room" clearly would obviously alienate the daughter.
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