He gets confrontational , makes absurd claims , etc . My ex - wife and I have disagreements on raising our children , visitation , money and whatnot and this guy sticks his nose in to everything . He does have prior criminal arrests and they are already trying to alienate me from my children and I am concerned for my children well being and safety . I already have another court date where she is trying to allow me supervised visitation only ( after having no issues with my children in the almost two years since divorce ) . Now she claims I fail to help and review homework when I only have them for a total of 3 hours during the week which includes travel , feedings , etc . Last mod ( she was in contempt ) states homework is responsibility of both parties during visitation time . When will her insanity end ? !
It sounds like you should really consult with an attorney. You may want to try to have a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) appointed. A GAL is an attorney who is appointed by the court to represent the best interests of the children. You should schedule a free consultation with a family law attorney in your area. Feel free to call my office. Good luck.
Karen S. Poirier, Esq.
Holmes & Poirier
Family, Criminal, Landlord/Tenant and Personal Injury Lawyers
Serving Hartford, New London and Tolland Counties
67 Russ Street
Hartford, CT 06106
I agree with Attorney Poirier. You should speak to a family law attorney prior to your next court date. A Guardian Ad Litem seems to be a reasonable course of action from your description of the situation.
Brian S. Karpe, Esq. (860) 724-6426 Note: This response DOES NOT constitute legal advice and therefore no specific action should be taken in reliance thereon. No attorney-client relationship is created through this response. You should speak to an licensed attorney in your state who is competent to answer your question before taking any action with regard to this question.
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