Will a court agree to this?
Partners ex wife is persistently alienating. She has been racist and abhsive toward me. Problems with her befriending my ex husband and meeting my own children etc and generally constantly battle. They have a child arrangement order and also finances settled however she still finds ways to interfere as she wants control over my partner still. For example... a few weeks ago telling him he's not allowed to have their children around my children baring in mind we have our own 2 year old together it's such bizzare scenarios.
Teenager is acting out terrible and reciting personal emails and figures and arguing with dad over what she should and shouldn't be doing on his contact time with the younger children. He has asked his ex wife today to refrain from calling and texting the children on his contact which at present is alternative weekends and alternative Mondays (a bit more in school breaks). She has outright refused and said she will contact them as much as she likes. Problem is... she contacts them calling my partner names, asking where they're going, what time, who were with etc she'll call his mother to speak to the children if they're there for an hour or 2 and question where we have gone etc.
is it worth revisiting the court to ask them to implement a structure for video calls and calls. He offered himself or me as emergency contact and the same respect for her on her weekend time with them and she went off on a rant etc as usual and told him to shut up using my words.
By this she means he is dyslexic and he is unrepresented so I help him with his discussion to get his point across. She has legal aid by taking domestic abuse but it is actually her who has had to be dealt with by the police. Where does it stop?
will the court support such a request?