At ages 14 & 15, it’s unlikely that the court are going to get involved because of they don’t want to go, the court is unlikely to make them.
Tell him that if he wants to force the children to see him, you cannot do that and he’s going to have to make an application to court which you will not defend and you will go along with whatever the court wants.
He is likely to be wasting his time and money.
Although I wouldn’t normally suggest that you leave it to the children, I think they are of the age when they can tell him what the problem is.
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