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- February 1, 2008 at 2:56 pm #255536Guest
Possession is 9/10’s of the Law. Does your daughter have actual Physical
custody of the child right now?Does her husband know exactly where she is at?
Can you help out financially at all?
If it were me, I would first have her try and get either a lawyer who willwork Pro Bono for her (they do exist) or try to get a Lawyer from Legal Aid and
see if she can get a Temporary Custody Order put in place and then try and
proceed with a Divorce using the same lawyer.She could also see about getting herself and the child into a Woman’s Safe
Shelter. They will also have resources that might help her. On the molestation
accusation…is there any documented proof from any doctor in any state whereshe has been? She needs to gather that up and keep it safe with her and any
other proof of abuse to her or the child.
Forewarned is forearmed.If I can help out anymore, just contact me and I will see what else I can find
out which might help her.
Good Luck !!!!Kathy
Elizabeth Farnsworth <email@example.com> wrote:
My aquired daughter left her husband, they have a 5 yr old son.He was ameniable and agreeable about doing things yesterday but flipped back
last night after speaking to his mother.
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