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Hello, thank you for the question Spencer.
Are you and your wife together?
Have you discussed this with your parents?
I see. This can be complicated, and firstly let me tell you that you can't stop him from taking you to court if he wants to. Anybody can make application for access rights to any child.
However, I don't believe that a judge would order it because you two parents are still together. The court very rarely steps in to exercise it's jurisdiction over what's in a child's best interests when the parents are still together. When the family is a unit, the parents decide what is in the child's best interests. That includes what people the children spend time with.
So if they threaten you with court, that's a just a threat. They can try. You can't stop them from trying. But I don't think they'd succeed.
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Was there anything else about this to talk about, Spencer?
I won't pester you any further, but I'm here if you want to explore this issue further. If we're finished, can we conclude this thread?