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Can you show intent?
« on: Mar 27, 2009, 10:27:37 AM »
My DH will be going to court in June. His attorney filed rule to show cause for contempt of court against his daughter’s mother for visitation. Dh has not had the court ordered visitation since July of last year.
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Dh has joint legal custody with mother, with mother being primary caregiver and father to have schedule visitation from Thursday through Sunday of every other week and one day on the week he does not have weekend visitation. He also is supposed to receive every other holiday and 6 weeks in the summer.
Mom is stating that daughter does not want to have parenting time with dad in his home. Mom also claims that dad and stepmother are mentally abusive to daughter with absolutely no proof of any abuse.
Mom has been causing nothing but chaos since the beginning of 2005. This is the second time he has file contempt against her for visitation interference. He could of filed for so many other things its uncanny. The first instance of contempt was settled in Dh attorney chambers with DH, mom and both attorneys’ present. <o:p></o:p>
Just recently with acquiring his daughter school records there are more items of evidence to prove that mom has done nothing to encourage any involvement for dad with his child.<o:p></o:p>
My questions is can a person go back in time with evidence to show the intentions of the mother to remove the father’s access from the child’s life?<o:p></o:p>


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Re: Can you show intent?
« Reply #1 on: Mar 27, 2009, 10:50:18 AM »
Go back as far as you can but don't let small things make big things look small.
Blatant disenfranchment for so long gives rise to the possibility of far more serious hidden abuses to the child(ren).  Lessons learned.


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