Our expert says:
Divorce support expert
There are two points which I see need to be addressed.
1. that the father of your children pays maintenance when ever he wants. Parents must be equally responsible for their children's financial and emotional wellbeing and this should be kept separate from any conflicts still existing between the parents.
This need to be addressed legally and he must pay the maintenance regularly.
As for his private life, and yours, this is no longer relevant to each other. It does sound like you are having a hard time moving on. Who he sees and what he does is not relevant and should not be of your concern unless there is obvious reasons to believe that it does impact negatively on the children.
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