QuestionsCategory: ParentingCan my ex-partner limit our child’s interaction with my own mother in a parenting plan?
Jessica Simpson asked 9 months ago
My ex-partner doesn’t want my mom to interact with our children. Does he has the right to do that?
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Jessica Simpson answered 9 months ago
If your ex-partner has legal custody over the child then they can limit your own mother’s interaction with your child.
 
If you have a co-parenting plan and you have some disagreements it would be better to talk it out calmly and come to a solution.
 
It would be better for both parents to agree and provide their child with a healthy environment as it is very important for them.