My ex-husband was abusive during our marriage and he used threats and emotional bullshit to take my kids from me - he legally has residential custody. He told me I wouldn't win a court case cuz I was living with my parents and there isn't a lot of room inside the house and told me if I fought him he's go for sole custody rather than shared custody. Now - over a year later - he and his cunt of a girlfriend were evicted from their apartment. At first his girlfriend stayed behind - she didn't want to leave her home state and be 220 miles away from her own kids, and during that time things were good. The kids live with me because he has no room for them at his folks and we got along. As soon as she came back he started picking fights with me and stopped calling. He insisted when he moved back that he get the kids every weekend - he had them one night last week and this week not at all. He hasn't called in a full week now.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:11 PM on Nov. 23, 2009 in Relationships
Answer by smarie1011 at 2:14 PM on Nov. 23, 2009
Except for going to court to try to get full custody and child support. You should just leave the rest alone. Unless you want him to take the kids, when he is suppose to. Then bring it up in court when you go.
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Yep. Filed Child Support today. Feeling some guilt.