Q: Can my ex use the fact my boyfriend and I had PFAs on eachother to not allow child around him?
We lived together for 4 years and her father hated that my bf was there when he wasn’t around. A few days before Christmas we got in a heated argument over money and expanding our family. Since my daughters father fails at paying support on time financially it was straining us to begin our lives. My bf told me to kill myself that I knew where the gun is and made verbal remarks and shoved me not super hard. I smacked him in the face and made verbal remarks. My daughter was with her dad. We got pfas they are dropped now but I got my own apt with my child. Now her dad is fighting for the judge to not allow her around my bf or his home when we don’t sleep at the house anymore and he never was a threat to my daughter or around her. Not was he ever physical with me besides just a slight shove. My boyfriend and I are in individual counseling as well as couples therapy too in hopes of making ourselves healthy again.
A: You really need to consult with an attorney and probably a therapist as well. It is difficult to understand why you would still be with someone who said those things to you. Whether the judge will determine that the boyfriend shouldn't be around your daughter, I can't know but I would think that you understand that neither of you should be around him. Please retain legal counsel.
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