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Old 09-14-2022, 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Brampton33 View Post
Very sad story indeed. Glad the little girl is in safe care but tragic what happened to her. All because her mother could not handle "sharing" the child with her biological father. Not to get political or rattle cages, but Family Court really needs to start dropping a bit of a hammer on parents who treat their children as "only theirs". That occurred in my case where my ex had to be reminded a number of times that I was equally a parent to our kids.
Apparently- she isn't going to be okay- she will always have disabilities and likely die young. It's so tragic. This 'mother' is a monster.

As to your other points- I agree.

Unless there are extraordinary circumstances (IPV, huge distance between the parties, etc), shared parenting should be the standard. Where it's determined there's no history of IPV or child abuse, mandatory parental counseling (on gov't dime- instead of using useless mediators) should be in place for at least 3-6 months.
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