Society gives a lot of different aspects of life an unfair amount of hatred, especially when it comes to raising children. If there is one thing that gets a seriously undeserved bad rap in modern society, it's divorce.
Winning primary child custody isn’t easy. For this reason, you should equip yourself with information on the dos to follow and don’ts to avoid. You must have an action plan that you can only do if you have enough knowledge about what to expect. To get started, check out the following for useful dos and don’ts to win the child custody battle.
I watch my social media newsfeeds with dread.
Seven people are in court at the moment for spraying a three-year-old boy with acid as the father wanted to prove that the mother was unfit and unable to care for the child properly and he should have more time with the boy. This may seem very extreme—to hurt your own child to fabricate evidence against a woman to show how much you love the child. However, this is more the norm in Family Court than otherwise, with fathers doing anything they can to hurt the mother of their children.
When a woman bravely flees from an abusive relationship or finds out that her husband has sexually abused her children, she quite reasonably expects that the law will protect her and her children from him. She quickly finds out that this is not the case. Family Courts do not protect women and children from abuse, they protect the abuser, putting the mother and children back in danger and allow the perpetrator to continue his abuse.
Going through a divorce can be very emotionally challenging and stressful. The meetings with lawyers, family situation, conflicts with the partner and other stress caused by an ongoing divorce case can be very confusing and a tough time for you. There are many things that need to be kept in mind while going through a divorce and dealing with divorce lawyers.
As Christmas Eve 2018 comes to a close, I'm sincerely missing my boy. I recently lost custody of him after 8 months of court and attempting to represent myself in a trial. Due to my mental health issues in the past, the judge ruled that he return to my emotionless ex in another state. He left less than 24 hours after the judge made her decision, and we had our Christmas with him during that time.
When you get into any new relationship, there is baggage. Every person has it whether they want to admit it or not. And when you get into a relationship with someone who has been married before and/or has children, you are taking on a fair bit of baggage. That's not always a bad thing.
I wondered if I had anything to do with the divorce. I suspected she fancied me even though I was 21 and she was 43. The notions, if they were present, she never acted upon, at least not with me, maybe alone with her pleasure wand while the family slept. Either way there was something there that couldn't keep her kept. I didn't think I was the cause of the split, just maybe her attraction to me exposed their flaws, and made her quit.