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What rights do i have? my ex wants half custody of our children

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What rights do i have? my ex wants half custody of our children and I do not
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Clare replied 3 years ago.
Hi
Thank you for your question.
My name is Clare and I will do my best to help you but I need some further information first.
How old are the children and who has been the main carer until now.
What proposals have been made and what alternative do you wish to suggest?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
I am the main Carer and I have 2 children my ex now wants half custody u want to know as a mother my rights
Expert:  Clare replied 3 years ago.
Hi
How old are the children what contact does their father have with them?
Clare
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
They are 13 and 10 and he has them 3 times a week
Expert:  Clare replied 3 years ago.
Hi
How long for each time?
What is he actually asking for?
Were you married?
Clare
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
He has them 3 times a week and overnight. He wants half custody. We were together for 10 years and married one
Expert:  Clare replied 3 years ago.
Hi
So at the moment he has them three nights a week
- what does he suggest for the future - and what do the children want?
Clare
Expert:  Nicola-mod replied 3 years ago.
Hello,

Just a quick reminder, there is an information request here from the Expert. This means they need to know more details before they will be able to give you a full answer.

Thank you,
Nicola

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