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timmysdad

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declaration for custody
« on: Feb 03, 2006, 01:40:41 AM »


    Hi,


   I'm getting ready ti file my divorice papers. I don't have an attn. so
I'm going pro per. I'm trying to do the declaration on why I want custody
I'm not sure how to go about it. I know to just tell the truth but is there
any type of outline I could go off of something similier to the letters to
get school records. Which by the way worked well. I emailed some schools in the state my son's BM took him to. I not only found the school
he was in I found the school she already moved him to ( she's moved him three times since Sept.) I also found out her address which I'm going to need to serve her papers. I called his teacher today she
said I guess my sons mother didn't read our school handbook that we gave her to read and sign then return, I asked her why she said that.
She said because your son came to school with a pierced ear. I couldn.t believe it. He's five. Iv'e only talked to him on the phone twice since Oct.
I don't have a number for them. It's scary  with the PAS and her possible and very probable personality disorders. I fear for his well
being short and long term.  I miss him so much. It's sad


lawless

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RE: declaration for custody
« Reply #1 on: Feb 05, 2006, 12:31:30 PM »
You may want to try posting on the "Dear Socrateaser" forum for legal advice.  Be sure to read his posting regarding how to format your question.
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