why is she not allowed to take her son to her parents house to spend time with her?
Jeez, Einstein, perhaps because she doesn't have custody, and thinks she can do whatever she wants, WHENEVER she wants, and everyone just has to ask "how high?" when she orders them to jump.why is she not allowed to take her son to her parents house to spend time with her?
Have lawyer. We are seperated and her name is still on the house. We actually have mediation this Monday. She makes quite a bit more money than I do so I think even with 50/50 custody she is going to have to pay some support my lawyer says. I think this form was called a "de parte" or something. REgardless, the police told me wrong as I could not get that by itself, it was part of the restraining order.In Tennessee, we call what you need an "Order of Protection". With that, the Judge could temporarily formalize when and under what conditions she could visit and he could order her to pay reasonable support. A restraining order is generally used to keep an alleged abuser from contacting or coming around an alleged victim. If nothing else, get an attorney and knock out a legal separation agreement. She doesn't need a key to the place if you are separated and she doesn't need to feel she can pop in and out at will. If you have custody of the child, she should pay reasonable support. This is 2012.
you sound like a very bitter person! there is no need for name calling, we are all adults here, i simply asked a reasonable question because it sounds like there is no formal agreement in place and the dad does not have custody. she has every right to have her child 50% of the time until a court orders different and it does not have to be under his terms. she may not be a good wife but the children are the only ones to suffer when they get put in the middle and used as pawns to seek emotional revenge on a wayward spouse. i have been through the process and as much as some people want to exact their revenge through the children, it never works out for them in the end. good luck proving a mother unfit to care for her child, if she wants her share of custody there is no reason she wont get it unless there is something about this particular case that is not being said. if the father persists on keeping the child from its mother and interfering with her rightful time, then he may actually lose his custodial rights for this type of behaviour.Jeez, Einstein, perhaps because she doesn't have custody, and thinks she can do whatever she wants, WHENEVER she wants, and everyone just has to ask "how high?" when she orders them to jump.
The only thing stopping her from spending time with her own child is her pride, and sick need to be in control, ie, her own needs are more important to her than her own child. She'd rather NOT spend time with her child if she can't do it on her own terms.
Which begs the question, is she a Mother or a Sociopath, 'cause
I'm not sensing much in the way of maternal instincts here....