Last June, my ex and I agreed that she would be able to move to NC (from NY) with my girls, ages 9 & 11. This agreement included liberal visitation during the year and the month of July, as well as some financial concessions on her part.
In July 2008, she caused such a disruption while we were on vacation (because my long-term girlfriend came with us), that I relented and had the girls sleep with my parents each night and throughout the rest of July.
In Novemeber, for Thanksgiving, she tried to do the same thing (claiming it was a sin to live together), telling my oldest daughter that it was wrong and she promised her she could stay with grandma and grandpa…you get the picture.
Needless to say, I took her back to court and got a court order stating that if she attempted to interfere any more she would be held in contempt.
Unfortunately, she has continued to discuss her view with the girls (esp. the eldest), has continued to lie to her (going so far as to tell her I’m not allowed to “set foot” in the state of NC or I’ll be arrested).
The girls are now in therapy, I’ve found that the therapist is a personal friend of my ex’s family and she hasn’t made any effort to return my calls.
These are just a few examples - there are many, many more.
What are my chances, in NC, of getting custody based on alienation? I’m very confident that it’s been so blatent any unbiased therapist would easily see it given how vocal my daughter is.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.