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I am a mother that is going through a custody battle. The father

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I am a mother that is going through a custody battle. The father currently has "temporary" sole custody. He is trying everything to ruin my chances of having/ seeing my son. He has had me arrested 3 times. The first two were dropped because I didn't commit any crimes. I have to turn myself in on Monday for the third, a probable cause crime. I want to give up my maternal rights to my child to protect him and me from his father constantly using me for his gain. I am like a gun for him as long as I am in the picture he won't stop. He doesn't realize this but I do, it will hurt my son in the long run if his mother gets arrested constantly and eventually goes to jail for some rediculous reason. He will want to know why. Then he will (child) but very hurt, mad, and upset. What should I do and what are the consequinces? I don't care about paying support not an issue. I just want his father to STOP!
Thanks for your question. Father here would have to file for termination and you would sign a relinquishment here. This is a permanent thing so make sure that this is what you really want to do .

I am sorry for all the pain the ex here has put you through. You sure haven't been treated fairly . If you are interested in giving up rights the father here has to agree and be willing to file to get you out of his life.

I would wait and see how the criminal charges turn out here. Arrested is not convicted here. you may well be found not guilty or the charges dismissed. You may feel different then. Resolve that first and then decide what you want to do here. It will be ther after resolution nd you can see straight here.

You can benefit here from a criminal lawyer. Either they appoint you one or you hire one but I wouldn't be giving statements and dealing with the police here without one. Focus on that first and then decide on custody/relinquishment here. Take it one problem at a time. I wish you good luck and please keep your chin up here..


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