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Let me see if I can help and please rate 5 stars. The simple fact is that as both parents share parental responsibility then they both have equal rights, irrespective of whom the children live with. He should be allowed to see them - commonly it is alternate weekends and half of holidays and celebration days. He will if things can not be agreed need to make an application to court on a form C100 for a child arrangements order to spend time with the children. The majority of people make these applications without a solicitor and you can apply also for fee exemption- I have attached a link to a great book which explains the court process - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Represent-Yourself-Family-Court-understanding/dp/147211910X
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