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My ex is limiting my access to my kids. The back story is.

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My ex is limiting my access to my kids. The back story is.
She lived with me in Alberta ( where our youngest was born) she moved away to Ontario in August of 2013. I stayed behind to make ends meet. We separated in feb of 2014. I stayed to get experienced so I wouldn't come back to Ontario to a minimum wage job.
I moved home on June 2nd. Since moving home she has not been reasonable to sharing time with my kids. I've had them couple days. Not even full hours. I have asked to discuss and mixed schedule 1 week on one weeks off. She said to me via txt that she is living as if I am not here like she had done for the last 2 years.
What's my best course of action? I cannot afford a lawyer.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Canada Family Law
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 1 year ago.
Your best course of action is first to see if you are eligible for legal aid. If not you can get some free help here: https://albertacourts.ca/resolution-and-court-administration-serv/family-justice-services/locationsYou should apply to the court for an order for access and the access needs to be specified so she cannot deny it.You should be doing this as soon as possible.
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Do you have any info for Ontario courts? I am currently in Ontario.
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 1 year ago.
The site is not working well. I posted an answer at once but now see it has not posted. I am sorry about that. I had said that you can get some free help by making an appointment at the Family Law Information Centre at the local provincial courthouse.

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