Our expert says:
Here is the reply I have spent 15 minutes hunting for, which was posted on April 20. :
Can you persuade them that this is bad for the children, and not good for either of them, and further persuade them to seek help, with marriage counselling ( eg through FAMSA ) and maybe also individual counselling ? Maybe a hint that she may be, unaware, behaving in the way her father did, and which she as a child hated. might persuade her to deal with this with proper help ? Surely they would prefer to handle their anger better, and not to involve the children in their squabbles ? "
Get a good legal opinion as to what your rights are, and consult Child Welfare as well.
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