The mother and I have shared time. I have my 3 kids (twin 7yo boys and 3 yo daughter) They are with me tuesday morning 8am through friday 6pm. I was giving my daughter a bath last night and she told me to kiss her pee pee. I said no that's yucky don't say stuff like that. Then she says George kiss my pee pee. I told her no one kisses anyones pee pee. I don't know what to do. Her mother and I do not get along I don't believe she will listen if I tell her and I don't think she'll believe it. I don't want my kids around him.
I just called CPS and the sheriff is coming to take a report. How do I file an emergency custody petition? I don't see any forms for it online.
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Call Child Protective Service (CPS) in your county. You can also make a police report as to what your child reported to you. Also, you can file for an emergency modification of custody via Order to Show Cause in your county's Family Court. Child abuse is a serious matter and you should do all you legally can to protect your child
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This is aberrant for a 3-year old; it is unlikely she is making this up.
Contact child protective services to have it prepare a report. If it finds molestation likely, that will be the basis of modifying the visitation order and such other measures are needed.
I suggest contacting the attorney who represented you in the custody matter.
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This is a serious allegation that will result in years of child abuse litigation. There will be entered an order of protection and supervised visitation for the mother and the molester. The molester will be arrested and prosecuted.
If the child is interviewed by professionals and the child says daddy dreamed this up, I cannot imagine the legal ramifications for you. The supervision, OPs and criminal prosecution will be against you.
These molestation allegations are the burning pit of family practice, and getting burned is very easy. Be very careful and do nothing without the advice of a lawyer.
The forms may not be on be online. You may need to go to the Family Court Clerk's office and do it in person. Go right away.
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