Ex's new boyfriend is a convicted felon... Help!


#1

Just found out my ex has a new BF after the Separate Agreement was signed. We aren’t divorced yet. Now I just found out this guy is a convicted felon who got out of jail weeks before they met. He has assaulted women, threats, assault with a deadly weapon, cocaine and week distributions, theft and she is proudly letting him live in the apartment and be around our two young girls. Neither have jobs. She is encouraging the girls to love him and she allows his gang behaviour and vulgarity around the girls proudly. Is this enough to save my children from a manipulative and toxic mother?


#2

You may have enough to limit custodial time with the mother. This ultimately depends on the judge and the complete facts and circumstances. To do so, you would first have to follow the provisions in your separation agreement (assuming custody is addressed in your separation agreement) about modifying the terms. If these attempts are unsuccessful or your separation agreement does not address modification of the custody terms, you would need to file a custody action against the mother.


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