My baby was stolen from me

Brian - posted on 04/22/2015 ( 10 moms have responded )

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Me and my sons mother had a baby together we were never married was planning on it but she took off while I was at work and moved to Ohio I live in Florida I also have 2 kids from a previous relationship I take care of but we have had are ups and downs like all relationships she has ran off while I was at work 2 previous times before we didn't have a child before I love my son very much I haven't seen him in almost 3 1/2 months I haven't taken her to court cause I wanted her back to be a family she wants me to drive up to Ohio and visit my son I don't have a problem with that but she's crazy and I'm afraid she's going to try to put me in jail I have no one that will come get me out I'm Basically asking does anyone think I got a good case for court her cousin that she moved down here to go to school and stay with is now on my side and thinks it's cruel and hurting my son by stealing my son from me and she is willing to help me do I have a good case?

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Jodi - posted on 04/22/2015

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Forget her - she clearly does not want you. File for custody and visitation. She had no right to take your child from you, and what she did is something called parental alienation. Go and talk to a lawyer.

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Raye - posted on 04/22/2015

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If you have a previous charge, that would be looked at more seriously. Go through the courts in FL and see how it goes. I hope things go well for you.

Brian - posted on 04/22/2015

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She told her plan to the wrong person and they told me she was going to say I was yelling and threatened her by law they have to take one of us so I'd rather just stay in fl and fight threw court I have a previous charge for domestic violence for yelling at my oldest kids mom I learned from my mistakes and wanted to get me for it cause I have a previous charge and I'd lose rights to my son

Raye - posted on 04/22/2015

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I live in Ohio. And technically the law does say that a threat of domestic violence can lead to jail and/or a fine. But in reality, that doesn't usually happen. There usually has to be proof that it happened, or the accused gets angry with the cops, forcing them to throw the person in jail. If you show up at her door and she calls the cops on you, they may remove you from the property, but I don't think they would arrest you unless you act like a crazy person. But if she tells you she's calling the cops, you would have plenty of time to leave before they get there. If you are not there, and she tries to file charges against you, they probably won't arrest you. They will come and interview you to get your side of the story. As long as you didn't actually harm her or the child, and you don't fight the cops, you shouldn't have a problem.

If you have court orders for visitation, she would still have to make arrangements for you to see the child, or have to prove abuse and get visitation revoked. If she doesn't, you take her back to court for contempt and parental alienation. It gets really messy when people can't be reasonable. But unfortunately, some people are like that.

Brian - posted on 04/22/2015

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I personally have not said anything mean rude or got Arngry with her I talk about my son and how much I love her and want to be a family and in Ohio all she has to say is I yelled at her raised my hand the cops have to take me I already talked to them the state picks up the case

Raye - posted on 04/22/2015

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You do have a court case. Take her to court and try to get custody. They may not give you full custody, but you should get visitation. I'm not sure how it will work being in different states, but all you can do is try. Do not say mean things to her for running away, as she could try to use that against you in court. If you communicate with her at all, just express that you want to see your baby, you don't understand why she left, stuff like that. I don't see any reason she would be able to put you in jail, unless you've threatened to steal the baby back from her. Right now, she's keeping the child from it's father, which looks very bad for HER. Don't do anything to make it bad for YOU. Let the courts decide, and then you both need to try to work with the decision they make.

Brian - posted on 04/22/2015

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Thank you I'm trying to it just kills me multiethnic 2 kids only got to see there baby brother 2 times and she took him away so fast

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