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Yea that's the thing I really don't feel comfortable with them having the kids otherwise I would let them as I know that the kids need there grandparents in there life but not if they are no good for them. Since my partner has passed ive been yelled abuse from them to my face and his dad has even been put in the phyc ward for 5 days from the police. Also last night he was parked across the road from my house in the dark for about half and hour which made me very uncomfortable being at home by myself with juts the girls. Do you think if he parks across the road again I should call the cops so that it is noted because they already know that I don't feel save around him. I just really dont want them to be able to get visiting rights at the moment when they both arnt in the right state of mind and its not healthy for the children either. Thanks for your help
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