Agreed — but only to a point, because that's something that's hard to prove. It comes down to his word against hers. That's why I say that court-ordered counseling is another matter. If the family court recommends counseling, and it's refused or ignored, now you have an actionable point because it's documented.<br><br>
MikeS, do you really think I wanted to marry someone like this? Not in a million years. Nor did I see her ever becoming what she has.<br><br>This has been a slow process that has reached its crescendo recently. It can no longer be ignored and I will not sit idly by while it is done to me and my daughter anymore. <br><br>I talked with her for a little while last night. The subject of custody came up and she interjected a snide remark that was more or less, "In Pennsylvania, the mother gets full custody of the child." Bluntly I stated "Perhaps, but I'm sure mothers that do get their child have not acted like you have." She didn't say a word.<br><br>As far as custody goes, I want to be her primary parent with her as partial. If she is unwilling to do this, then I have no choice but to sue for full-custody. I'd hate to do this because of their relationship, but upon talking with the lawyer, I will not have a problem getting it with the evidence that I have against her. So I'm hoping she'll see this is best for her, me and our daughter.<br><br>
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Exactly, keep evidence- because I would suspect that by her past behavior, she could very well turn the whole thing around on you as if you were some neglectful husband...<br><br>[color:red]MLB, O&A - only on XM! Sign up now and drive up my stock...</font color=red>
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