Hi. I have sole custody of my 2 children. Visitation has just been ordered a minimum of two days per month for bio father . Supervised pending law guardian speaking with oldest child and his wishes to see his father. My question is the questions this women asked my son. He is almost 12..very aware of situation. He was asked who owns our home, and was told his grandfather doesn't care for his father so if supervised in granted to not chosen him to go. I feel both questions are either irrelevant or out of line. What do I do as a parent without pissing off the guardian but letting my opinion be heard. She is an older women who I believe needs to retire lol
I should add. I have no criminal history, or use or ever abused drugs. I have been sole provider for my kids and provide then with a safe loving family environment. I just feel this women is wrong.. And maybe dislikes me which in my opinion shouldnt matter.
The attorney for your child represents your child and she is working for his best interest. There is nothing personal with regard to you. If you have questions or concerns discuss them with your attorney, not with your child's attorney.
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The problem is that you aren't supposed to talk to the kids about what they discussed with their attorney. And that attorney has a broad range of discretion as to what is "relevant" - there are no clear-cut rules, only general guidelines. For a full assessment, schedule a consult with a Westchester Family Law attorney.
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