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User Topic: Custody and Divorce
movingforward13
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Default  Posted: 6:24 AM, June 26th (Wednesday), 2013View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Well "my ex" is upset that he is paying child support so he retained counsel to stop it. He cited that his lawyer said that we are legally married and so therefore shouldn't have to pay me child support. The judge counter acted it and said we didn't live together so the order will stand and can be reviewed at the time of divorce. Ex also informed me that he filed for divorce which my state is a fault state so I will counteract his suit asking that it be listed under infidelity.

I have him in text from April stating that the only reason why he wants custody is because I went after him for child support. What is the likelihood that he will get full custody in the divorce settlement?
He does not currently live in our state of origin. He filed for divorce in our state of origin. I currently live in our state of origin but was planning on moving out of state sometime next year. I think he is fighting me on custody because he doesn't want to pay child support and he doesn't want me to move to another state. He returns to our state of origin once a month for 4 days to visit our son. He said he will use past issues that I had with my daughter (not his child) against me to secure custody. My daughter is a teen and was going through a violent phase, I had to call the cops on her four separate times. I was never charged with anything and my daughter is now living with her grandmother permanently.

[This message edited by movingforward13 at 6:25 AM, June 26th (Wednesday)]


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Default  Posted: 9:36 AM, June 26th (Wednesday), 2013View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

I think that unless you are endangering the welfare of your child that he will not get full custody. Custody will be decided on what is best for the child and if you have been the support structure then I don't see the judge changing. Your stbx has withdrawn himself from seeing your son by his choice.

As for your teen DD, well as a teen the courts understand that they think freely and your having called the cops can easily be seen as a Mom concerned for her DD and upholding behavioral boundaries. It shows an active parent.

I'd get with an attorney and let them help you navigate this circus. I believe that nothing big will change.


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movingforward13
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Default  Posted: 4:23 PM, June 26th (Wednesday), 2013View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Thank you for responding. People in real life have said this as well. I will be consulting an attorney as soon as I have received the divorce paperwork.


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