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Do you know where she goes to school? Can you go there to have lunch with her from time to time?
Originally posted by ofhumandescent
Update: Mother has decided to not comply with court ruling that we get to see and celebrate Lexie's birthday this weekend, Sunday April 22, 2012.
It's a conspiracy, a scam my ex daughter in law has bought into.
If she had just let this divorce be a civil, nice, no hate divorce, I would have given her the town house we own.
Anything for my grand daughter.
But her mother wants to fight, to give all her money and ours to lawyers.
Because of her excess baggage, her being abandon by her mother, and raised by a alcoholic, mean father she would rather fight, enjoys fighting, using her own baby as a pawn rather then just doing what's best for my grand daughter.
Originally posted by SibylofErythrae
I can't add anything here. But I'm sorry you are going through this. I'm just putting a thumbs up on the suggestion of presenting another way everytime you get a chance. Just knowing that there are people who care can be enough to make a difference.
It is the person with physical custody that is favour by the systems - in most cases this is the woman. This is why in several places people don't return children from visitation or custody week. Physical custody trumps in "child as property" states. Don't know if this is the case in your state. Essentially if Dad gets her, and just doesn't give her back he can sometimes make a case. Again, I don't know the laws in your state and can't say if your state is one of the ones where this works (and is usually not talked about)