husband lieing

Kristin - posted on 03/10/2013 ( 3 moms have responded )

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I left my husband 6 weeks ago due to drug usage and domestic violence. He abused the court system and got a restraining order based on lies to get 3 of our kids from me. His restraining order was dismissed. But he still has my kids. I only have our newborn. The 3 kids he took receive SSI that's why he wants them so he can live off them. SSA froze their SSI until custody is established and swore they wouldn't make him payee. But he called his brother bragging that he's payee. He's a career criminal very manipulative. He had someone call our doctor telling lies about me now she's on his side without hearing mine. She wrote him a letter saying he's caretaker and talks about my drug abuse. I don't do drugs. Can she write such a letter.

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Ev - posted on 03/10/2013

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I would still look into talking to a lawyer though. Pull what information you can. Its only going to help you.

Kristin - posted on 03/10/2013

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he was on parole in 2001 and had hot UAs and also in COMCOR in 2001 and had hot UAs was on probation in 1998 and didn't take his UAs but I don't know if those records can be open. Social services UA him but by the time he took them the 3 days passed and he was clean I begged them to do a hair follicle test they said no since he passed the UA. My 4 yr old within 2 weeks has been hospitalized twice. A busted head then a broken leg. DHS ruled them as accidents based on his story of what happened. He even told DHS he's overwhelmed with taking care of 3 kids but won't let me see them. The caseworker said he's mentally off but since the kids look fine she can't do anything. He's gotten away with pulling my
5 yr old and 4 yr old out of school due to the law says technically kids don't have to be enrolled in shool til 6. My 13 yr old has missed over 13 days of school. He has the 13 yr old losing that there is no drug usage or domestic

Ev - posted on 03/10/2013

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You need to get a lawyer for this. You need to set up and establish a sort of base line about you and your past. That is the best advice I can give you. Also if there are records concerning your husbands drug habits and past, get a hold of those especially if there are criminal ones or others that show he has had problems in past and has had to go to a center for help. You have resources available. You just need to remember things that he has done that has been documented and use that against him.

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