Our expert says:
Sounds like they don't trust each other, and are not at all "over" their personal relationship. Why on earth should there be any realistic reason for her to worry about whether the kids are OK during their weekends with him ? Does he routinely take them white-water rafting, or take them along to his work as a lion-tamer ?
If you two are supposedly in a real relationship, you DO have a right to comment, and to be concerned about suh maladaptive bhaviours, and indeed to question whether he is sufficiently ecovered from his previous relationship to be fit to have any other relationship with anyone else.
If they are divorced, then it is none of her business whether he forms any new relationship, and she is NOT entitled to refuse to allow the children to have contact with you. And she is NOT in any way whatever, entitled to claim any more maintenance because of his relationship with you. Relationship should, raher, be decided by a more objective court, based on their relative earnings and the actual financial needs of the children, not on her bitterness and spite.
Mabe you feel love or affection for him, but he sounds WAY too involved emotionally and otherwise, with his "ex" to be free to love anyone else.
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