My wife and I have been separated for almost a year now, and she has majority custody. Today was my day with my sons and it was the oldest birthday yesterday, however because she had her new boyfriend over, she decided that I was only allowed an hour with them because her new guy feels intimated by me because he has Aspergers (I normally get every other Mon/Tues fully). This apparently caused him to act out and throw an emotional fit when he went off into her room. Firstly, Is there anything I can do if I simply don't feel comfortable with my boys in the house of a man like that, and secondly Is she allowed to limit my hours just because of his disability?
You both need to follow your current Permanent Parenting Plan, if there is one in place. If there is a Parenting Plan in place and she refuses to follow, you need to consult an attorney about appropriate remedies. If there is not a Parenting Plan in place, then you need to consult an attorney about filing to establish a Plan, so that your rights are more secure.
There are a number of great attorneys in Murfreesboro who can help. My office would be happy to sit down and discuss your options.
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She may not simply change or ignore a court order. If you are not fully divorced, I believe most judges would not approve of her exposing the child(ren) to a boyfriend at all.
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