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Visitation Issues / Re: denying visitation due to endangerment
« on: Sep 17, 2012, 08:29:18 AM »
Yes, she actually does have a lawyer.  We received a letter from him stating that he has reviewed the divorce decree, blah, blah, blah.  Would we be ok addressing his letter and correcting her mistruths?  I don't want to open a can of worms before needed....

The initial assault was early 2011 but wasn't reported to law enforcement as the families were close.  My husband never thought his daughter would be in a situation where he wouldn't be supervising them around this boy.

There have been so many instances just in this calendar year of her not providing food, no heat in the apartment, subjected to the boy recently and their behaviors changed.

The boy hasn't received any counseling and we just got the girls into counseling last month.  They have also been neglected concerning medical and dental care....one of them is disabled and none of that has been properly addressed until I came into the picture......

We have a lot of documentation, I keep very detailed records of everything......

When we started to see the behaviors arise, she was asked simply to keep the boy away when the girls were there.....she refused. 

Child protection said there are no safety concerns as long as we keep the girls away from the situation.....but we could get legally in trouble.....but then if we send them over, we are endangering them and CPS will have a case against US then!  the system doesn't work very well......

Visitation Issues / denying visitation due to endangerment
« on: Sep 17, 2012, 06:35:43 AM »
My husband has full custody of his children.  They are being exposed to a person that sexually assaulted the oldest and now both children are acting out here @ home.....that along with her alcohol/drug abuse, inconsistent visits, inability to provide adequate food, shelter, clothing and medical/mental care, we decided to stop sending them over.  She has "reasonable visitation" under MN law.  She was offered supervised visits but refused and lawyered up.

We started filling out paperwork to have visitation switched to supervised but wonder if we are better off waiting for her lawyer to file and see what's up their sleeve? It is my understanding that at this point, the law is on our side and it's up to her to make the first move.  We haven't denied visits, simply offered a way for it to happen, safely.

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