A BIA was appointed and paid for ($3000) and they wrote in the "Parenting Plan" that we would "follow her "recommendations."
It also says in the PP that I "freely, without pressure from others, endorse the proposed plan." Another bold faced lie written in legal, binding law language to trap mothers trying to protect their kids! A tactic to make it seem like I am being the difficult one in signing such a bogus piece of crap.
I have since had One phone call with the BIA. I sent her documentation about Domestic Violence and about how my son has been sick for eight months and how there are school records to show it.
She ignored all these things and told me that I needed to give my son prescribed drugs so that he can live in Arizona.
Contact your own separate attorney who specialized in Arizona family law. Make sure your rights are protected and that this parenting plan is both in the child's best interest and reasonable on your part.
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There isn't a question here to be answered. But, since you are having issues I think anyone would recommend you speak to a family law attorney near you and get someone representing you right away.
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