Scared

SS - posted on 07/01/2015 ( 5 moms have responded )

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My ex recently got married in January, however its a very twisted circle of a narcissistic sociopath. Long story short, him and his new wife whom Ive had problems with both of them because of her past crazy things she has done while I was with him and him saying she was crazy all the time and didn't want her around either one of his kids. yes he was married when we met ( he didn't tell me this he said he was divorced) I wound up pregnant. My daughter is over a year now hes seen her 5 times and wants custody now and DEMANDS his wife be involved because she is the STEPMOM. The way they both act reminds me of the hand that rocks the cradle

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Dove - posted on 07/02/2015

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I'm not talking about evidence about him not wanting to see the kids... I'm talking about evidence that they are both legitimately unstable and a danger to your kids.... He's seen her 5 times and she is only a year (you say over a year, but you don't say 2 or above...)... that IS involved and all he will need is proof that you are keeping her from him and if you don't have proof that he is a legitimate danger to HER... he could end up w/ custody... but would definitely end up w/ visitation and if you don't have solid evidence that SHE is a legitimate danger to your child... she will be able to be there for that visitation.

But if you have a good lawyer I'm sure you've already been made aware of things like that.

Dove - posted on 07/01/2015

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I hope you have a good lawyer and have evidence supporting your fears. You need a court order for custody, visitation, and child support and unless you have actual evidence to support that your child is in danger they WILL both be involved in her life. Good luck.

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Sarah - posted on 07/03/2015

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I am confused, there is more than one other child? You have one and then ones from a first marriage? What role does he play in those kids' lives? If he has visitation, you cannot expect his new wife to not be involved with her care. That is something that the two of you need to discuss and come to a mature adult decision that you are both comfortable with.

SS - posted on 07/02/2015

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I have a very good lawyer and a lot of evidence showing he hasn't wanted to be involved in either child's life until he married this person. She apparently cant have kids. I know there are a lot of loving stepmoms/stepdads out there. But its a game to her about what she can take, break, tear apart, etc. Thank you guys

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