Q: How can I stop my ex wife from using her crazy friend and her husband as babysitters for my 5 y.o. daughter?
The woman is bipolar, manipulates ex wife and has had violent outbursts at work The husband hacked into my laptop, email accounts, travel, Expedia, HSA account, mobile phone account and printed all of this. He has also planted spy cameras in ex wife's home, office and filed a TPO on his 15 y.o. stepson after provoking a fight with him. My daughter told me that she spent the entire Easter weekend at their house and slept in the bed with both! She told me the husband "had shorts on." I recorded my daughter telling me this.
A: Personal issues between you and these people is not going to be enough to prevent them from babysitting. If you have genuine concerns for your child's safety in the care of these people, you may want to talk to counsel about filing for a modification of custody and visitation and asking a court to prohibit these people from babysitting.
Samantha A Holloway agrees with this answer
A: Get a lawyer and request an emergency hearing. You can request an emergency hearing!!! Based on what you wrote you are truly concerned. Do not wait. Get a lawyer and request an emergency hearing, what will happen is there will be an immediate look into the case and then you can request modifications. Please get a lawyer, I'm sorry you have to go through this. I hope this helps.
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