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    Default Solutions needed for ex who constantly tries to harrass us.

    Solutions needed for ex who constantly tries to harrass us.
    I have an ex who always tries to make our life hell, eg harrassing us to change the childs school when she's been settled there for years so that he wont ever have to pay any costs, or he harrasses for more time with the children when he is not reliable to take them to school on time or put them to bed on time or do their homework or take them to their activities.
    He fights about which activities the children should so instead of supporting what they enjoy doing.
    He says gymnastics is bad for body image when in fact being fit gives such health benefits and fitness and keeps away weight and body issues an the kids love it and can be busy with it for hours even in their own time
    In privacy any bully can bully. HOw can we get psychologists lawyers, the school anyone on board to stop theres years of harrassment. If he knows i need his signature on something he will play it against me and then say he wont give it till he wins on other things that he wants but he isnt responsible for. He blackmails taunts for months on end to get what he wants.
    Has anyone found solutions for this please.

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    Don't engage. Rely on your Court orders. If you don't have any, look into getting some. Try mediation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Don't engage. Rely on your Court orders. If you don't have any, look into getting some. Try mediation.
    And record everything.

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    Do you have court orders? Have you already been through mediation to get some sort of routine established. ?? If you have these things in place, then he has no authority, and no legal standing to be continuing harassment. I would document everything, constantly deal through your solicitor and not engage with him on any level. good luck, marie.

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    Also, if you need to speak to him you should do so by email or text; something that can be kept and documented. That way if you are having issues you have a paper trail.


 

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