Child Custody hearving before consent order and divroce


#1

morning

So my current wife is being very vindictive and trying to bully me by witholding my daughter from me , I have screenshots of her telling me I can not take her daughter anywhere without her, this is a simple vaccine appointment i was supposed to take my daughter to . With her current behavior i feel like she will never agree to a reasonable consent order . I will do another consultation and ask my lawyer what to do but my main concern here is my wife using my daughter as a line of defense.


#2

If she continues to be so unreasonable then you will likely have to go to trial for the judge to determine how custody should be.

Be sure to document everything and record the dates. You will want to document the times you asked to see your child, the times you were supposed to see your child, what the mother’s response was, what actually happened, etc. You will need this information when it comes time to testify at a custody trial.


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