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Meddlesome Priestess
#35
Madam, I assure you that his arrests and deportation are NOT because his green-card expired. If you need me to explain why, I would be happy to do so.

You need an attorney. Frankly, you can't afford to not have an attorney.
He's mentally unstable. Thinks the world is flat that we live under a done under water and that space doesn't exist. He tries to teach my son this
Prove that he's a danger to your son. Prove it to a court.
 
#38
What the OP fails to realize is that by creating a distance between parents, that will necessitate a long-distance parenting plan. Such plans usually allow for long periods of uninterrupted time with the non-custodial parent.

Personally, I'd want to live on the same street so my kid would be nearby.
 

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Meddlesome Priestess
#39
PTSD or not, this OP needs to understand that she cannot un-father her child any more than we can un-mother the child.

He has a father. His father has constitutionally-protected rights. It's time to deal with reality.
 

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Meddlesome Priestess
#40
What the OP fails to realize is that by creating a distance between parents, that will necessitate a long-distance parenting plan. Such plans usually allow for long periods of uninterrupted time with the non-custodial parent.

Personally, I'd want to live on the same street so my kid would be nearby.
That's an excellent point. Keep your friends close, and all that.
 

Stevef

Senior Member
#43
Then I suggest that you sit back and wait for the outcome of that case. If he gets deported you can live wherever you like.
That could be an awful long wait.

I've got a client who was convicted in 2008, and received a Notice to Appear (the first step in a deportation proceeding) in 2009. He was ordered removed in 2010, and again in 2011 (he appealed the first order). From 2011 until last month, he was out an about on a Order of Supervision.
 

LdiJ

Senior Member
#44
That could be an awful long wait.

I've got a client who was convicted in 2008, and received a Notice to Appear (the first step in a deportation proceeding) in 2009. He was ordered removed in 2010, and again in 2011 (he appealed the first order). From 2011 until last month, he was out an about on a Order of Supervision.
I no longer care, since she made her rude comment to Red.
 
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