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I swear my ex can fly on a broom....
« on: Apr 06, 2006, 01:43:49 PM »
How do you retaliate when your ex throws every motion under the sun at you?

What do you do when your ex is succeeding in her mission to use the court system to bury you? I am a great guy and a dedicated father but she has made me look like the biggest loser to the judge. Ofcourse, she is Mother Teresea, but if they only knew about her history with drugs.....

Her games in court have made me go broke and I can't afford to live, let alone pay child support. She brought me back to court on contempt, which put me even further in the hole.

I just want to be with my daughter but, becuase my ex is jealous wench, I havent seen my little girl in over 7months. My ex got the judge to believe supervised visits were a good idea but I can't afford those either.

Yes I have posted to Soc and I did receive awsome advice but, unfortunately,he's NOT my lawyer and isn't the one defending me. My (new) lawyer at this time believes I shouldn't worry about retaliating against my ex and just thinks I should just try to comply. That's a real kick in the b*lls.

What do I have to do to prove that it was my EX who caused me to go broke???

What can I do to prove my ex's actions aren't in the best interest of our daughter??!!??

I'm not really expecting any asnwers to my questions. I know how biased the system is, this was just more of a rant. But hey, if you got a an evil wench too, I'd be more than interested to hear your story.


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RE: I swear my ex can fly on a broom....
« Reply #1 on: Apr 07, 2006, 02:06:58 PM »
Obviously you have hired the wrong attorney, twice. That is a shame. First off, you need to remember that you HIRE a lawyer. that means that he/she WORKS FOR YOU!!! While, sometimes it is necessary to bow to their expertice, they still must be willing to listen & take some direction from you.

A non-custodial parent MUST hire a lawyer who is a Board Certified Family Law & Custody Specialist. Any lawyer who just tells you to sit down, shut up, & comply, is just collecting your money.

Hope this helps, Good luck & God bless

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« Reply #2 on: Apr 07, 2006, 07:20:01 PM »

I did hire a good attorney this time, I was just venting really. My new lawyer has actually been in my situation and he knows how much it sucks. I do trust his judgement.

It is just amazing to see how much my ex can get away with in court yet I get no slack. I'm learning that it can be really hard to take the high road sometimes.



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« Reply #3 on: Apr 07, 2006, 07:45:00 PM »
Unfortunately it happens all the time, I have seen ex's caught in lies on the stand etc and nope I saw you get punished for telling the TRUTH, how sad it that.

What are some of these courts teaching our children, that its ok to lie. What a shame.

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