Long story short, my ex kept my children from me, by threatening me and filing false stalking charges on me. He told I was threatening to hurt his mother, which was a lie. He is now married to a woman who has 6 of her own children and last summer adopted my children. I lost my parental rights because I couldn't prove that I sent my kids letters and I tried calling. His family wouldn't let them know I called. I also have 6 children, and she is a social worker. My ex sister in law sent me a letter telling me not to contact my children anymore and that they told my children that I love them. Lies, lies, lies. Now I can't see them until they turn18. I could not afford representation, and the appointed lawyer did nothing to help me. Is this right?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 5:13 PM on Jun. 9, 2009 in Relationships
No, but at the same time you must take responsibility for your own choices and actions. Regardless of the new wife, I would not give up and I would find a way to pay for representation and help. It is one thing to say, I'm sorry this happened, but another for YOU to decided how to pursue it. I feel there must be more to your story because the courts don't take away custody easily. The new wife may know the ropes because of her job, but you are still in charge of your life and how you live it. Good luck and fight---the right way.
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