The court will NOT listen! How do I keep my little girl safe !?!?

Kabrina - posted on 07/31/2015 ( 4 moms have responded )

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My ex-husband is a Schizophrenic he has told me invisible men has went through him to hurt our only daughter of 2 years old. He said they would show him aweful things being done to our daughter and they make her diaper area look different to him sometimes. He told me these invisible men would only let him see his daughter in a daze sometimes and that they have a microphone in his ear! Since hearing this I didn't allow our daughter around him without me and my ex-husband didn't seem to mind he was actually the one that told me she wasn't safe around him. But his mom found out I wasn't going to let her grand daughter come to her house anymore because that's were her son my daughters father lives. She worked through her son (knowing his condition) to take our child from me 10 street days this month. My 2year old daughter will be alone with the man described above for hours while her grandmother is at work. All of this because the court has refused to hear my side of this story. I just want my baby safe and to explain why I have made the decisions I have. Someone Please Help!!!

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 07/31/2015

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You cannot arbitrarily dictate visitation. You HAVE TO FOLLOW the court orders, or use your attorney to pursue an amendment. If you take matters into your own hands, as you have, the courts will tend not to listen to you, because, after all, you didn't follow the original orders, and take the steps required legally to amend them.
You need to have proof. Solid proof. You can request through your attorney that your ex submit to testing, etc, to determine if the child will be safe with him, and pursue supervised visitation, but you cannot deny him the time with his daughter without a change in court orders.
If you have not gotten custody orders, then DO SO. Don't be whiny or petty, present facts, and proof of any allegations.

Cindy - posted on 07/31/2015

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I'm sorry I never meant to sound like I was saying you was cutting him out. I was talking from my experience my ex husband had supervised visitation with our three children and he doesn't live a life that's suitable for kids. When my kids came to be teenagers the courts let them choose where they wanted to go. Keep in mind he had supervised visitation and he allowed my teenager to do whatever they wanted they ran wild so of course my kids chose to stay with him. I was the one that didn't allow them to run everywhere, they had to take baths and go to bed on time so in their eyes I was the bad one. He got full custody. I was only saying no matter what you do they will allow him to see her.. I would constantly call and have them to do welfare checks on her to make sure she is ok. Examine her for ANYTHING that is suspicious when she returns. Report his statements he made to you to the social services.

Kabrina - posted on 07/31/2015

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Well I invited him to come see her every Monday,Thursday, and Saturday. Most of the time he wouldn't come but anytime he wanted to see her he could. Every time he would call I would let him talk to his daughter. So I'm not trying to cut him out just keep him from being alone with her or having access to her that could lead to her harm. She is only 2 years old so she can't tell me if something would happen to her.

Cindy - posted on 07/31/2015

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Well the courts will allow him to see his child you won't be able to stop that. But you can report the statements to the social services or police department. You could also have a welfare check done on your daughter while she is at this house.. And always examine and ask questions when your daughter returns.

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