Unfortunately, you have to go back to family court. What you can do is ask for custody based upon the circumstances but beyond that there is probably little that can be done as the court is not going to oversee what goes on on a daily basis.
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Your only recourse is a custody petition in family court which will be denied. You would have to prove a change in circumstances that does not appear to exist. We as a nation are free to live as we choose and a court will not second guess the living choices of the custodial parent unless it poses imminent harm to the children.
You need to file for custody of your children in Family Court. Nothing else can be done unless you can get the mother charged criminally and arrested. At that point CPS would come into the picture and place the children with their various fathers (hopefully).
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