As Sole legal custodian/Parent I have found myself in the middle of child custody case for my 3 kids ( 12,13,17) . My 17 year old is not my ex husbands child, & after 17 years her 'presumed' father remembered her name? As this family court issue is still in process this man gets upset that I didn't return his calls and just bad mouths me as a mother all over my Facebook page. He went so far as to threaten me and my aunt in a post on my Facebook! My children have all seen these, as well as social workers etc.. involved in family court case. What am I supposed to say to my daughters when they've read the trash he says about me as a mother and I am a loser and I don't care about my kids, because if I did I would return his calls, then he will get off my Facebook. I didn't reply to any of it.This individual has made repeated contacts to my case worker in Ne, with my child OUTSIDE OF THE COURTS CONTACT RULES, along with getting first hand information on this issue before I do - Before NE establish' paternity! As though I'm not under enough stress already, this behavior isn't helping the situation for sake of my children. Can this behavior negatively affect the viewed environment around me for my children? Thus affecting its outcome?
Again, you need to hire a Kansas family attorney. Block that guy on Facebook and block his calls. Solves that problem.
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Block him, and retain a family law attorney. Avvo has a great "find a lawyer" tool to locate a local lawyer. Good luck.
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