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Dear Socrateaser / RE: Petition to stop a move
« on: Jun 10, 2005, 11:05:24 AM »
When this child told his mother that he did not want to move because it was an uncomfortable feeling that he got when he was there and that he would feel better moving in with his father, she put him into therapy.  

We were not consulted about it nor were or have ever been informed about meetings, possably going with him, etc... She keeps it all a seceret and the only way we know is when the kids tell us.  We have called to talk to the therapist and they say they can't talk about what goes on.

The children (S-11 & D-10) have both shown instrest in moving in with us and each time they do, their mother sends them back to therapy.  Except this time, when SS told mom about this she responded to him as such; You will never live with your father and the home I live in is the only home you will ever have.

We would love to have the child evaluated, but do you think it should be with a new therapist or his old one?

Dear Socrateaser / RE: Petition to stop a move
« on: Jun 09, 2005, 11:17:40 PM »
My only question is how do you prove emotional injuries?

Dear Socrateaser / Petition to stop a move
« on: Jun 09, 2005, 04:56:43 PM »
  We filed a petition to stop my SO's ex from moving his two kids into her new boyfriends home.  We did this due to the fact that his son came to us in tears on three occassions stating that he would not move and would become VERY upset when the subject was talked about.  We know she has already started to move their things, even though in her written notice states that she won't move until July 29th, 2005.  
  We haven't heard anything about this from our lawyer and we don't know what to do next... What exactly is the "punishment", if any, if she does move them now?

We are in the state of WA

Dear Socrateaser / Need advice
« on: May 26, 2005, 03:23:12 PM »

  Need help with our comissioners decision today....

  Story is ex is asking for more money, we wanted more time.  He ruled using last years wages for my husband... He no longer makes that much money.  The amount he is using is going to leave us broke and in the hole each pay day.  He has also over paid her in alimoney by nearly $3,000 and the judge is still making him pay for another year and a half. He also said no to our increase in time with the children.  Her lawyer said we were being retalitory and that is why we filed it.
  What should we do and how do we get someone to realize we won't be able to live a normal life if we have to pay her all this money?


Dear Socrateaser / Child's Age
« on: Jan 11, 2005, 03:38:42 PM »
Hi there!

Live in WA state and was wondering;

1. Do you know the age in which a judge will listen to the wishes of a child about where and why he wants to live some where?  

2.  Can DH & I ask for a pyshic evaluation on the mother to determain her mental health.  (She is BI-Polar)?

3. Can you explain what "right of refusal" is?


Dear Socrateaser / RE: One more question, or two
« on: Jul 08, 2004, 10:40:14 PM »
circumstances have change in that when they got a divorce he had no means of taking care of them except when he had a day off.  Now I am there to pick them up and take them home or watch them if he has to work.  He also has changed positions in he's job.  He went from working 4 days/2 days off to 3 days on/3days off and from nights to days.  Would us getting married help or hinder the situation?

Dear Socrateaser / One more question, or two
« on: Jul 08, 2004, 04:46:25 PM »
Wa state where all parties live.

situation;  SO has 2 kids and ex is taking him back to court for more money?  He doesn't want to get married yet, because he thinks she can and will come after my income to.  

1.  Is that possable for he's ex to try to come after my income if we get married?

2. How hard is it to go for 50/50 custody after three years of just visitation rights.  Circumstances have change to a very large degree and we want to see the kids more.


Dear Socrateaser / Money issues
« on: Jul 07, 2004, 08:48:19 AM »
Currently all parties live in WA state and in the county of Pierce.

The situation is this;  SO is going back to court with ex, because she wants more money for child support.  She refuses to get a full time job, because she knows that the will decrease her ability to get more money out of him.

Recently while looking over their legal documents, we realized he has been over paying her $200.00 a month for the past 3 years. She claims that it is for day care, but the daycare expensises were already figured into the cs. Our lawyer saw this from the start.

My questions are; how do we go about getting that money back or can we?  And can that    be taken into consideration if we do end up in front of a judge for cs increase?


Dear Socrateaser / RE: Injury clause?
« on: Dec 03, 2003, 05:55:17 PM »
Dear Soc.
   Here are the EXACT words stated in the Court Approved Documents.

This is under the section of Child Support

Section 3.16
  Perodic Adjustments
    #4 When/IF Mother/Father is injured and a physician choosen by each determines by physical examination that the injured party is no longer able to perform duties required on the job and provides written verafication of such.

Does that help?

Dear Socrateaser / Injury clause?
« on: Dec 01, 2003, 04:50:46 PM »
My BF was hospitalized for 7 days and then was unable to go back to work for another 5 days.  He read he's divorce decree and it states that if either party is to get injured or hurt so that they can not work, ALL payments (in this case it's both Sep. mait. and CS) should not be payed.  He's ex is saying the he has to pay that money back to her and that he is reading it wrong.  She is threating to take him to court and with hold the kids from him.  He had 3 doctors tell him he was lucky to be alive and that there was no way they would release him back to work until they made positive he was healthy again.  So  even thou it says it in the court approved papers that he doesn't have to, will he be told he has to pay, if this goes to court?

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