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More recently, my ex has started openly criticising my partner for having too much involvement with the children, saying that parenting decisions and choices should be made between the biological parents only. Personally, I disagree, and I value my partner's insight and parenting style much more than my ex's.
Am I right in thinking that when the children are with me how they are raised is up to me and my ex should have no jurisdiction over what goes on in my house? She might not like my parenting style, that I consult with my partner, or that I allow my partner to treat the children as her own (she loves and cares for them as devoutly as I do), including hugging, asking them to do things and chastising if necessary, but surely it's reasonable to expect my ex not to try to interfere with my family life while I have the children?