How do you overcome the obstacles of regaining custody?

  1. AEvans profile image79
    AEvansposted 7 years ago

    How do you overcome the obstacles of regaining custody?

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    Pachuca213posted 7 years ago

    Girl...we are in the midst of that right now. For the past seven years my hubby's ex was given custody despite the fact she is a drug smuggling psycho who does not take care of her kids and lies to the County getting Welfare, Child Support, Food Stamps and Medi-cal all the while living in MEXICO! Yeah...and the County doesn't do crap about it. We had to file for custody just to get a hearing so we could bring this to the Judge.....Court is in about a month...I just pray that for once the law will be on our side and she will finally get kicked off her gravy train and learn a hard lesson that you cannot cheat the system forever...the sad thing is that my step sons have to suffer all these years because she would rather support her SANCHO instead of raise her kids. All the while Child Support has taxed my hubby (a hard working and honest man) of lots of money the kids never saw....

  3. babydoll tess profile image32
    babydoll tessposted 7 years ago

    I face obstacles all the time.  If I was not so into "being good" I would probably do things illegal.  However, that is not my nature.  I follow and listen to my attorney and to the Judge and follow and adhere to their advice.  Sometimes the actions that are required of me are painful.  However, my children are worth every penny, test, disappointment, etc that I must endure.  At the end, there will be an end, my children will know that I never gave up. 

    I rely on my higher power to guide me much of the time.  It is by giving up my will to my God, that God strengthens me and gives me the ability to endure.  I have complete faith that I will see my children again.  Although, at times, I desire that it was on my time schedule. 

    I believe that everything happens for a reason.  Sometimes a person does not know why we experience the trials that we do until we are much older and wiser. 

    I have learned great patients in my trial (although I have my days). I would love to suggest ideals to you; however, I do not wish to give you bad advice. Let me ask you a question, have you exhausted ALL your legal avenues?