I posted yesterday regarding my 14 yr old son.. I strongly beleive his father provides "pot" to him and smokes with him. My son has been to 3 rehabs and still smokes.. He is on several medications. I have brought his father to family court 6 different times with some proof each time but it was never Solid' enough.. He has 6 'founded'cases with cps.. My son has probation and works with 3 different counslers and gets teseted weekly... Im at my wits end.. Some lawyers had awnsered me back but I could not reply.so Im awnsering them here. I even wrote to Dr phil.. I feel like a lie detector test for father is only way but im being told it wont work.
Your bleliefs are nkt relevent unless they are based upon admissable evidence.
Did CPS indicate the fathet for having smoked pot with his son? Did CPS file an Article 10 case against the father for smoking pot with his son? What proof do you have that the father smokes pot with his son? Has your son ever told a medical professional that he smokes pot with his father? Has your son ever told a CPS worker he smokes pot with his dad? Is there any third party who has witnessed the two smoking pot together who would testify to what they saw?
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I agree with the colleague that the allegations without documentation would not work.
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Your 'strong belief' is not good enough: you need proof. Also, if you keep up the litigation and the judge keeps finding against you, you can lose custody of the kid and pay child support to the father.
You'll be paying for their pot habit.
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