HmWell is my question. What if you have an existing moral clause and you are sure that it will be broken? How to prove to the court that it is broken? I have two children with my ex whom I never married. Shortly after asking for custody, I remarried. She didn`t and started seeing a guy. They had two confirmed domestic spats that did not have someone hit on the wrist, but as soon as my children were present. That is part of the reason why I am worried. She had just had twins with this guy and they live together. But how to prove it? He`s a cop, so I can`t really corner his house. Help!? Moral clauses have been used for many years and are generally known to prohibit cohabitation or accommodation visits with the other sex until the parent involved in the activity is remarried. Of course. Sometimes we limit the limitation to unrelated romantic stays. We can establish that parents do not have a friend around the children until they are together for six months, until they have had the opportunity to introduce the girlfriend to the child`s other parent and have been „allowed“ to meet the children, or what other restriction you think is appropriate. Can we find it in contempt, even if we live together, since technically I am not a „guest“ but I share the same residence? What would be a punishment if he were found in contempt? Is the stay after midnight in divorce decrees that do not send overnight stays considered an „overnight stay“? d.
Neither parent may allow guests who are not related to the other sex to pass through the night if the child is present. Cases like this can be bitter; Divorce judgment rules such as the example above are sometimes inserted at the request of outgoing spouses to take revenge for real or imagined infidelity. If this anger is still strong and strong, the arrival of a „resident“ may lead the other parent to submit an application for a change of custody in his favor, on the basis of the assertion of a violation of the decree. In such a case, going to court without an experienced divorce lawyer could be a serious inconvenience, especially if the other party has a lawyer. Would there be a punishment? It`s hard to say. The judge would probably say, „Don`t do that anymore.“ And if he doesn`t do it again, it may be the end. Depending on the language of your contract, you may or may not recover the fees of your attorney`s fees. It`s hard to say. Again, the judges are different. Alan`s error allowances in the appeal can all be read to challenge the District Court`s finding that the order`s provision prohibiting opposite-sex shelter persons when the minor child is present should remain in effect and that the provision should be interpreted in such a way that „the child is not present if a member of the other sex is there overnight.“ Alan argues that the provision should not be interpreted as prohibiting cohabitation, but only „random“ relationships and „one-night stands.“ We disagree.