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What Are The Best Points To Make To A Guardian Ad Litem?

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What Are The Best Points To Make To A Guardian Ad Litem?

Postby Goldwyn » Mon Oct 09, 2017 5:11 am

My husband is fighting for custody of his 4 year old son.
He is military and throughout his sons whole life the mother has deprived my husband of his parental rights. But she has never been the primary caretaker of their son, he has ALWAYS lived with her parents while she went off and lived with boyfriends, but now that the court proceedings have started she has moved back home and has started actually doing parental functions (things she hasnt done all his life till now) but she is good at faking it. We have some proof, but she denies it all and says she has always lived with him and been the primary caretaker.
She is a single mother who is a night shift cocktail waitress at a Casino, my husband is in the military an actual career, he can provide a stable home enviroment medical insurance etc.. but she cant. I am just afraid that she will be really good at "faking it" and they will all believe her.
What are your guys' advice as far as making it clear that the child is best suited with us?
Oh one more thing, she is located in washington state and we are currently stationed in Italy, so it is also harder because not only is washington a mother favored state but we are also asking the courts to uproot him and send him here with us ( we jsut hope the fact that he is so young and not yet established emotionally and he is still able to bounce back resiliently).
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What Are The Best Points To Make To A Guardian Ad Litem?

Postby Barth » Mon Oct 09, 2017 6:25 am

Additionally I'd like to add, that my husband is in a current position where he is not deployable. So him being suddenly pulled away is not a worry. Also being military he can provide for all special needs of his son (his son has Klinefeltors Syndrome), and my husband can never be stationed somewhere where they cannot provide every need for his son.


We also have proof that she has not been involved or taking care of the child, and proof that she misused the the child support checks for her personal use while the child resided with her parents. We also have proof that she disappeared for three straight months where my husband nor her parents knew her whereabouts or where she was living while the son resided with her parents (my husband was deployed)

The child is also special needs and currently goes to weekly speech therapy appointments. Up till the Custody hearing anduntill i pointed it out to the courts that she has never attended a session (which theses sessions are vital to hi
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What Are The Best Points To Make To A Guardian Ad Litem?

Postby Bayne » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:43 am

My husband is fighting for custody of his 4 year old son.

He is military and throughout his sons whole life the mother has deprived my husband of his parental rights. But she has never been the primary caretaker of their son, he has ALWAYS lived with her parents while she went off and lived with boyfriends, but now that the court proceedings have started she has moved back home and has started actually doing parental functions (things she hasnt done all his life till now) but she is good at faking it. We have some proof, but she denies it all and says she has always lived with him and been the primary caretaker.
She is a single mother who is a night shift cocktail waitress at a Casino, my husband is in the military an actual career, he can provide a stable home enviroment medical insurance etc.. but she cant. I am just afraid that she will be really good at "faking it" and they will all believe her.

What are your guys' advice as far as making it clear that the child is best suited with us?

Oh one more thing, she is located in washington state and we are currently stationed in Italy, so it is also harder because not only is washington a mother favored state but we are also asking the courts to uproot him and send him here with us ( we jsut hope the fact that he is so young and not yet established emotionally and he is still able to bounce back resiliently).
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