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My boyfriends ex partner is trying to stop me from seeing

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My boyfriends ex partner is trying to stop me from seeing their children. The children are 2, (3 on 21 st Feb)
And 5 (6 on the 17th March)
Me and my partner have been together since 6th August 2018, we started off as an affair - wrong I know but we all make mistakes.. and officially got together about 1 year ago - moved in together on 22nd December just gone.
She stopped me from the moment she found out We were living together because she didn't like me and thought she could stop me just because she wanted too... then 7 weeks I had enough of going out my own home when my partner had the children (because I was trying to respect her and do the right thing ultimately) so on Saturday evening she messaged him saying is he having the children Sunday which he was asleep and so I replied, saying yes, of course not telling her it wasn't him. I will send the messages over. But now is saying she is going to stop him seeing the children and not allow them to come here to the house, it's really affected our relationship because now he blames me that he can't see the children and we have not spoke for days, whether we end our relationship or not I need to know our legal rights and whether she can do this because she's wants too and play the victim saying I'm a psychopath and that I am a danger to her children.. baring in mind I work in a nursery- have done for several years - and have a DBS.
Is there a court order in place
Customer: replied 11 days ago.
No nothing

Let me see if I can help and please rate five stars. The simple thing is that if they were married or his name was on the birth certificate then he has parental responsibility. This means that when he sees the children it is for him to determine who spends time with the children. She can not oppose this. If she does then he may wish to get a court order - a child arrangements order which determines the time he spends with them without her interfering. I have to help attached a link to a great book which explains the process - https://www.amazon.com/How-Represent-Yourself-Family-Court/dp/147211910X

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Customer: replied 11 days ago.
So she doesn't have a legal leg to stand on?

That’s right. Please rate 5 stars

Please remember to rate five stars so that I can close this question. Thanks . A Yes or Ok is just fine

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