Tamara - posted on 05/04/2014
I agree with Michelle totally, you don't say a word, what he wants doesn;t matter because he lost any rights, when he abused you and your child.
You are responsible for that child and you alone. If you stay in that relationship you are allowing the abuse to continue. And don't think i don't know because I haven't been there..because i have. GET OUT NOW
Don't think about what he's going to do...just LEAVE. GET HELP
Then file the restraining order, you can do this on the same day and be seen in court on the same day. They will issue a restraining order to him immediately. Then its done...just don't back down.
Jacqueline - posted on 05/04/2014
I left NY about two weeks ago on a monday to a family members house in Connecticut that Friday we arranged that he could see his son and bring him back on Tuesday. Tuesday comes and he tells me that our son is staying with him. Now we have a joint custody hearing in Connecticut, but come to find out he also filed for custody in NY but he wants full custody of our son, he said he asked for full custody because my son is a resident of NY and he doesn't want his in Connecticut when where i live in Connecticut is 45 min away from his address. Do you think he would win his full custody case? Or would the judge decide on the joint custody?
Michelle - posted on 05/03/2014
First of all you don't tell him. You make arrangements to go to a women's shelter or to a family/friends place. You leave when he is at work or not home.
You then file for a restraining order for both you and your child and go to court to establish child support and visitation.
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