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Post # 0000005a
custody evaluator just laughed when i brought up parental alienation
From: sad mom
Time: 9:40:16 AM
Remote Name: 184.108.40.206
i am going thru a custody battle for my 13 year old son when i pointed out obvious examples of parental alienation the evaluator just laughed and said this goes on all the time and there is nothing i can do her comments were just let him go live with the dad he'll see its not always better when they live fulltime there One example was false physical abuse that my ex reported about me all were unfounded and my child admitted he lied so he could live at dad's Im in a position now that i need to decide do i fight this or give up on my son my lawyer said its obvious alienation but how do i prove it to the courts i bought the book divorce casualties but it doesnt address when even the evaluator doesnt listen please someone whos been thru this or has any ideas for me reply soon i need help fast thanks (Last changed: February 26, 2006)
Post # 000000ca
Time: 11:43:34 AM
Remote Name: 220.127.116.11
my ex got temp custody order nov 2000 and we still havent went to court we go july 12 2001 he got her because my got into a domestic dispute and the cops were called be and my doagter lived with them but the day of the fight me or her was ther (Last changed: February 26, 2006 )
Post # 000000ad
divorced mom wants to move with child out of state"help!"
Time: 4:09:51 PM
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
I wish my son had someone to talk to before he gives permission for his ex. to take his daughter far away to live. Hes afraid if he dosen't agree his daughter will hate him. My sons heart is breaking and so is ours.Shes only 12 and being brainwashed by her mom. We have had only a few days notice that she is doing this next week. We live in Ks. Is there anyone out there we can talk to? I think my son needs to stand up and get a court order against the move or tell her to go by herself. (Last changed: February 26, 2006)
Post # 0000008a
End of Our Rope
Time: 10:52:53 AM
Remote Name: 22.214.171.124
My husband recieved custody of his daughter (now 15) two years ago, after the State removed her from her mother's home for neglect, physical abuse by stepfather (all of which was hidden from us for years). My husband's ex has been severely alienating the child since she got a bogus restraining order and moved to another state when child was 8 (classic PAS - she's literally pulled every trick in the book). As a result of the alienation and the abuse and neglect, my stepdaughter developed mental health problems - mostly anger related. She has tried to overdose on her medications twice, once at Dad's and once at Mom's (that one was almost successful...she was in a coma for three days). She's been in and out of residential placements, counseling, is currently on probaation for assaulting her dad...
She is very attached to her half-siblings who still live w/her mom, and so appeases mom so she won't cut her out of thier lives; entirely possible with this woman, and her daughter knows it. So...she's currently in another residential placement, doing very well with school and the staff, but when we see or talk to her she is cruel, mean, and beligerent. Of course everything that ever went wrong in her life is dad's fault (hmmm...where have I heard THAT before).
Recently her Mom told her that she doesn't need counseling, and so she decided that she wasn't going to go anymore. The placement isn't therapeutic, and they can't make her go to counseling. She delights in telling us how as soon as she's 18, she's "outta here" and we'll never see her again. She has even asked her Dad to give up his parental rights so her maternal grandfather can adopt her (he's a HUGE enabler of and participant in the alienation). Frankly, at this point I'm considering talking to my husband about taking her up on it. I've had it!! She doesn't want help - bottom line. I know everything we've read on parental alienation says not to give up, but I don't see how she's ever going to come around unless it's on her own. We can't realistically cut Mom and grandpa out of the picture - all three of them cover for each other with lies. ...how much are we supposed to take?? Any advice? Thanks for listening! --Genny (Last changed: February 26, 2006)
Help needed for custody!!!
Time: 4:59:11 PM
Remote Name: 126.96.36.199
For the past three years, I have shared custody of my two sons with my ex-husband. He has now begun a court proceeding for sole custody. We had an assessment done and my sons told the assessor that I hit and yell at them and they want to live with their dad. When I questioned them they told me that their dad told them to say this or else they wouldn't see him any more. The assessment has been finished and the recommendation is sole custody for my ex-husban based on what the boys have said. I am in Canada and am currently building a case in order to discount the assessment. My oldest son and I have begun counselling and I am hoping the truth comes out there. However, my ex-husband is trying to stop it until "he has sole custody in place". If anyone has any information it would be greatly appreciated!!! (Last changed: February 26, 2006)
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Post # 000000f0
In the Process of.....
Time: 2:56:35 PM
Remote Name: 188.8.131.52
Hi, I'm Mel and I am the non-custodial mom to 4 girls...I have not seen them in four years and they are now being told that I am dead...a longggggggggg story. Anyhow, like alot of you, I have decided to fight until I die. Part of my plan of attack is to start a non-profit organiztion to aide ncp's in their fight to either win back their children literally or at least get their right's enforced and to educate the public/government on PAS. I am curious to know how many of you would be willing to support something like this? Our children need parents, teachers, counselors, judges, attorneys, courts, mediators, senators, representatives, governors, psychiatrists, and even the president to take this syndrome seriously and advocate against it for them. I am in the planning and start-up stages for this right now. Please let me know if you are interested, have suggestions, and would like to help. You can Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks,Mel (Last changed: February 26, 2006)
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