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Custody Issues / GAL, legal complaint, DV issue
« Last post by michelec3 on Jun 03, 2019, 11:58:46 PM »
I filed a motion to enforce parenting time.  The judge pushed it off onto the child support hearing officer who laughed and said was he supposed to issue a bench warrant for my son when he was refusing to go?  I told him that don was allowed to do whatever son wanted, mentioned other overly permissive parenting (I did not say that specifically) and ex had my son write stupid inaccurate things about me that "explained" why ex was not helping enforce my time, etc.
this was allowing son who was already expelled from 2 schools for sexual assault and solicitation with an electronic device to continue to do what he wanted.

I filed an appeal for that motion.  It is now including the GAL who sided with abusive ex in the first place, made sure that no DV assessment was done, used coercive control on me and my lawyer - whose other client had this guy as a GAL also and in march 2014 said he tended to give custody to the parent who did not video tape the children (to prove abuse).   Anybody know anything to do about this?  I was supposed to get help from my lawyer after the trial to file a complaint against him - but of course nothing happened.  Her other client had him as the GAL.  Would filing my complaint now get rid of him?    There are no rules for the GALs in this state that I know of.  I cant afford a lawyer.   

I am scared I am losing my son with the narcissistic dv behavior that the ex is teaching son.  Already I only have him hours on Monday and some thursdays.

 Anybody know someone who filed a complaint against a therapist for something that got their license revoked? 
Texas State Forum / Ex only exercising parenting time with one child
« Last post by Candyland on May 16, 2019, 07:59:28 PM »
My ex continues to exercise his parenting time with one out of two of our children. There's nothing in our divorce decree that says he can't so he keeps doing so and it is negatively impacting both our kids. Can I modify to enforce visitation to be with both kids? What are the chances the judge will order that change?
Georgia State Forum / Parental alienation from guardian
« Last post by Hwilliams28 on Apr 30, 2019, 02:22:00 PM »
Hi my case has been extremely chaotic. Long story but most recently.
I have filled moitons for contempt and modification because my aunt the guardian has chosen to completely alienate me from my 3 kids. The 2 older ones still communicate through FB but if they get caught they get in trouble.
I'm awaiting a court date now.
Is there anything else I need to do before court that would help me out. ?
Chit Chat / Re: Just passing through, don't mind me
« Last post by Waylon on Apr 13, 2019, 04:42:36 PM »
You're welcome to post stuff here if you like, within reason.

I'm curious who actually reads this. If nobody replies to this, I will start using this post as my own personal social media site for me and my friends, since it appears this section of the internet is pretty quiet.

Speak now or forever hold your peace:
Chit Chat / Just passing through, don't mind me
« Last post by Tombo on Apr 13, 2019, 03:57:32 PM »
I'm curious who actually reads this. If nobody replies to this, I will start using this post as my own personal social media site for me and my friends, since it appears this section of the internet is pretty quiet.

Speak now or forever hold your peace:
Custody Issues / Re: Ugly Custody Battle
« Last post by ocean on Mar 29, 2019, 03:28:43 PM »
Try not to stress over all of this....just keep texting or emailed offering times to see son. Then your lawyer can use the texts or emails to show you tried to get dad to come for a few visits to meet son again. No response to any craziness is necessary. Just ignore and keep as evidence. Let all phone calls go to voicemail where he can leave a message. What did the principal say?
Father's Issues / Re: Trying to figure it out
« Last post by timothynates on Mar 28, 2019, 11:34:37 PM »
Hiring a very good lawyer is very important in dealing with divorce. A Gold Coast family law lawyers is very good in dealing with family issues in your interest.
Custody Issues / Re: Ugly Custody Battle
« Last post by MommyShark616 on Mar 28, 2019, 06:22:00 PM »
Next court date is June 17th.

We've been offering to invite him when we go to sports practices and fun plans on the weekend when we have them and he refuses to do it if he can't take the child with him afterward. And when we try to reason and let him know that it could be scary for our son and he screams and stomps and threatens to come to my house.

His wife drives him around and lives with him, and they were both able to go into the school without notice even though the parent handbook states they must have 24-hour notice with approval from the school. They were still able to come in. His wife is also not on any cards/birth certificates/forms so she should have never been allowed in the first place.

I have a meeting with the principal tomorrow anyway to get records for the court case and my lawyer, so of course, I have my list of questions for her when I get there.

His last apartment had a second bedroom but no bed. at the time our son was still co-sleeping but one night he came back and told me he slept on the floor so I brought it up with his father and he just screamed at me for "doubting him as a parent" since then they have been evicted and filed for bankruptcy so I actually have no idea where he is actually living. The apartment listed on the case is the one where the eviction was filed and he signs all of his money orders with his attorney's address.

We did have a plan in place initially where he would go Friday-Saturday but that was back in 2014-15. He would skip visits or decide to drop our son off at weird hours of the night or early in the morning. He eventually stopped contacting me for visits. There hasn't been a plan since he stopped attempting to contact me about it. I ignore most of his texts because he sends me messages like "Hey gorgeous" or  "I miss you" and I have no time for that BS.
Custody Issues / Re: Ugly Custody Battle
« Last post by ocean on Mar 28, 2019, 05:30:59 PM »
When is your next court date? Until court, keep offering to meet at a public place for a few hours each week (library, food place) so child can get use to him again with you there. Who is driving him to the school? Are they going inside? His lawyer is telling him ways to see child without you. What is the school policy on coming into school? Ask to talk to the principal about what they will/will not allow. Here a parent can not just walk in and have lunch, they can sign child out only or come in if invited by teacher. Who does dad live with? Does he have a bed/room for child to be there overnight?  Split custody probably will not be given anytime soon since he does not live in school district and can not drive to and from school. Is there any schedule now in place?

Custody Issues / Re: Ugly Custody Battle
« Last post by MommyShark616 on Mar 28, 2019, 05:05:54 PM »
I have no idea what brought this on. He doesn't work or anything so there was never a reason before for him to not have time for his child. I got really tired of telling my 3-year-old why his dad was not coming to his birthday parties, school events, etc. so I always kept the communication open as an option but stopped initiating. This has always been about my child. If you walked in on your infant in his swing crying while his father slept in a narcotic-induced coma you would run for the hills too. But the threats were always coming in and he always made them in a way where I didn't have hard proof. Police and judges always shot down my requests for protection and it continues to happen. In my county, any requests for drug testing can take weeks and the parent doing the testing is notified about 10 days in advance - so of course, that is more than enough time to clean up the pills. I've tried temporary custody but they would not allow it because his father wouldn't agree to it even though there would be an official hearing at the end no matter what. Our lawyers have spoken about building a progressive schedule, so there is no shock to my son, but they swear they need to keep him at their house at least 3-4 days a week right now after a 2-year gap. I also didn't mention that they live nearly an hour from his school/daycare/sports practice and his father doesn't have a valid drivers license. I've spent all of this time making sure my son is happy and healthy and he is able to just jump in and mix it up. None of this seems like he actually wanted to see his son. It seems more like a spiteful situation than anything.
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