It was for that reason that I refused the additional contact.I am now at my wits end, after receiving their latest letter this weekend.I took the children to Corfu on a last minute booking, and I emailed my ex husband to advise him of the name of the hotel, the resort, who was going and when we would be back.
This is the last straw and I have had enough of his unreasonable demands.
Its not even as though he wants to take his son away, he doesn’t seem to be able to cope with him any longer that the alternate weekends.
His behaviour is disruptive to our whole family and the only way I can see us being able to ‘get on with our lives’ is to apply for a residence order.
I cant afford to instruct a solicitor again and wondered what my chances of being successful in obtaining a residence order ?
Any help or advice you could give me would be very gratefully received.“ A.
Rhiannon’s response: Divorce and separation is very complicated for those with children.You have found yourself in the uncomfortable situation of your “ex” continuing to be a big part of your life, as you continue to co-parent your children.Most divorcing couples without children, are lucky enough to walk away from the marriage, not having to set eyes on their ex- spouse ever again. You can still research all the same products and services and read reviews here on Consider joining our community via registration for opportunities to receive free sample products, and get rewarded for sharing your opinion by writing reviews on our site.Divorce Coach Rhiannon Ford responds to a request from a mother feeling bullied by her ex husband, who demands to see more of their young child via angry solicitor’s letters. We divorced earlier this year, but despite him moving on (he has a new partner who lives with him), he is not allowing the children and I to do the same.