Our expert says:
Family law expert
You surely will be able to bring an interdict prohibiting them from interfering in your life. I would go a step further and vary the existing maintenance order, forcing them to contribute towards the maintenance and possibly also consider varying the existing agreement concerning contact and access to children, this however will need to be in the interests of the childre. The Family Advocate will then give a report, which will entail a proper parenting plan.
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