My case is super confusing, lots of different variables, i dont even know where to start. I guess. With current issue.
Our final order was entered 6/29/17. Giving the father custody and me visitation (ill never understand) any way i have accepted the outcome and was ready to co parent and move forward. But for an unknown reason with final order in place father still trying to build a case and start fights. Hes done everthing in his power to come between my daughter and i. He has tought her to hate me, enough that she LIED, and made some serious allegations against me, to avoid having to visit, Wich also opened me a CPS case. That part I’m not worried about because honestly I’ve done nothing wrong but what does concern me is the loss of the relationship between me and my daughter.And the abuse that she’s living daily her father abused me for the better part of 10 years I can only imagine what he’s doing if he can make a child that was once so close to me hate me now I’ve done some research and it’s very clear that PAS is what’s happening. Now I just need to know what to do with the information and how I can help save my daughter
Parenting plans often have provisions prohibiting conduct or language tending to alienate a child from her parent. If your parenting plan needs to be modified, there are forms to do that online: http://www.courts.wa.gov/forms/?fa=forms.contribute&formID=32
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