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Child custody.. ♡_Jasmine [[+2]] 2 kids; Santa Rosa, CA, United States 2125 posts
18th May '13

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castaway 2 kids; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 18932 posts
18th May '13

Hmmmm, a brain damaged, alcoholic, bi-polar, liar, who likes to drive fast.



nope.



Just be confident that the truth will come out and fight to keep your child safe. There is no way in hell I would let him take her if your description is accurate. I would let him come and see her at a neutral place with you like a park or restaurant.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
18th May '13

If the judge told you to let your daughter see him, I suggest finding a way to do it, or I'd expect him to take you to court again.



Have the court come up with a visitation plan that works for you so it's not constantly on you.



He hasn't a monster when you created a child with him, had THAT much changed?



And bipolar is something easily treated, and plenty of parents suffer from mental illness.

castaway 2 kids; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 18932 posts
18th May '13

also, follow your gut and follow that. fight for it if necessary.




My ex revenge married someone because I told him that he could not take our daughter to stay with a live-in girlfriend (it was in our divorce papers). I let him take her for a week (we live in different states), and I just had a bad feeling, but threw up my hands not knowing what else I could do.
she ended up losing custody of her own kids for being abusive (breaking my ex husbands nose on Christmas and shaking her 4 month old violently and video taping it.) she was mentally ill, but that doesn't mean my child should be put in harms way.



Get a good lawyer. That is what set me on the right path that kept everything in the best interest of my daughter.

LA REINA™ New York, NY, United States 16286 posts
18th May '13
Quoting pilot Jess:" also, follow your gut and follow that. fight for it if necessary. My ex revenge married someone because ... [snip!] ... way. Get a good lawyer. That is what set me on the right path that kept everything in the best interest of my daughter."


Best advice to people with custody issues.