my divorce has been final almost a year. in the temporary order in the judges notes it was added that the parties shall refrain from exposing the children to members of the opposite sex not related by blood or marriage. it doesn't really mention overnight guests. i guess that is the interpretation it has taken on though. in the final decree there is no "overnight guest" clause however there is a line that mentions any temporary orders be merged into that decree except those specifically reserved in the decree.... i have been dating someone who lives in another state for about 6 months now. i've been talking to him since feb.... we connected due to our 20 year high school reunion that came up last year. we both have very hectic schedules and with my custody agreement i only have 4 days per month without the kids. therefore, there are times he comes here and the kids are here. i do not ask him to stay in a hotel. my x is threatening me that i have violated the decree. i am not sure that i have. it's not specifically stated. i would also never put our children in harms way. while he may not agree morally, i'm not endangering the children. what the x doesn't know is that we have talked marriage but not for a few years. we want to do this right. could he take me back to court? surely i'm not the only one dealing with this issue. as for morals...he's sleeping with the lady he had the affair with who's divorce isn't even final yet. i think he's just flexing his muscles but maybe i'm wrong. help!!!!! oh, i do try to take them to my mom's when i can just to sleep when the bf is here, but they would rather stay home. eventually we will move to another state. that's another mess tho. right now just worried about him taking me back to court....
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