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At this house,yes. Before this we lived in rented accommodation and she used to turn up there without prior arrangement but I felt that as we were renting there and the contract was in my partners name it was up to him to put a stop to it. After we moved house and the house is in my name that I could then have a say. We did ask her after the first time not to turn up without first arranging it. This she has now ignored. I just want to be able to open my front door without having her on the otherside shouting at me. I'm trying to create a home for my daughter and her two daughters that is peaceful. I forgot to mention in the original email that she suffers from paranoia delusions but refuses to take her medicines. She is accusing us of having an affair before they separated (Which is not true). The neighbours must be wondering what has moved in. I have also gained a cat which I am now stuck with as if I give it away or give it to the RSPCA, her two daughters will be upset with me and make life at home difficult. The ex has a dog (Japanese Atika) which I'm scared will be the next to turn up on the doorstep. These are dangerous dogs that I'm not trained to handle
No, the children tend to meet her in the city centre and the youngest goes straight from school to her house on the nights she stays there and go back to school the next day. She has only once been here when dropping the girls off after a meeting in town when you could say she had a 'right' to be here