I got divorced three years ago and my ex wife is still bitter about it. I admit that my behavior leading up to the divorce was not top-notch, but I've always put my two kids first and done everything I could to make their lives easier and to help them adjust to the new situation. However, my wife who has physical custody seems to spend all her time talking trash about me to our two daughters. This is not only very painful for me, as much of what she says is false, but also harmful to the kids. I see them every weekend and often spend some of that time answering questions about what their mother said about me during the prior week. It's reached the point where I think I need to look into changing the custody arrangement. Is something like that possible under Massachusetts law? Would a court give me custody because of behavior? Thank you very much.
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