I read that reply from the story I posted a few minutes..
Its sad to me and this story touches my heart more than anything.
Like I stated I am going through a custody/vistiation fight.
My daughters father has no interest in being in her life at all.
He kidnapped her for a weekend and did not feed her or allow her to speak to me during the time he had her.
We went to court one time for child support and the day before court he was calling CPS, child at risk agencies to try to make a case against me.
He asked his mother to help build a case of abuse against me to get my daughter taken from/
He has made so many false reports on me because his goal is to have my daughter in foster care..
I am also fear he she is in his care he will harm her to get back at me..
how does one deal with this?
Are people really that cruel that they will harm children to get back at parents?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:13 PM on May. 23, 2011 in Parenting Debate
Answer by Anonymous at 12:18 PM on May. 23, 2011
I am so sorry you and your daughter are forced to deal with him. Courts have been known to make horrible decision as they relate to custody issues. You need a good knowledgeable attorney and I hope you have the means to get one. Document document document, record, video, do everything you can possibly do to prove your case. It is heartbreaking and I hope the judge sees the truth and does what is in your child's best interest.
Answer by meooma at 12:23 PM on May. 23, 2011
Answer by Anonymous at 12:28 PM on May. 23, 2011
Answer by Anonymous at 12:37 PM on May. 23, 2011
Answer by skittles1108 at 12:56 PM on May. 23, 2011
Some people are that cruel. How old is the child? Is there any way you can have your child see a therapist so that a neutral source can establish that issues are stemming from his interference?
I have a friend that is going through a divorce and her STBX has done some terrible things while he has their girls and when you are in a custody battle, documentation is key. It's also a good idea to consult with your attorney (if you have one) as to what is the best way to proceed (assuming there isn't blatant abuse where the child needs medical attention).
Answer by QuinnMae at 2:56 PM on May. 23, 2011