1) But isn't it her legal right to be spoken to respecftully at all times? He was even making fun of her for being a "bad mother" when she was at school to get her sons papers taken care of.
2) How can we prove he is the one if he calls anonymously? At what point would CPS arrest someone for making too many false reports?
3) How could the counselor/phyciatrist determine that though if the father is lying and not cooperating?
4) What is legally defined as "harrassment"? Is texting to literally ask about a SCRATCH on his kids body considered harrassment? Is speaking in a disrespectful, commanding tone harrassment? I AM her new fiance and I do feel emasculated by all this since there is nothing I can do without breaking the law, apparently.
Last question and I will accept:
Parents had a deal that mother will get child enrolled in school, father went behind her back and enrolled him, and now she can't unenroll him without his disenrolling him.
The school she wants to move her son to has a higher OFFICIAL API Score for 2008 (7 out of 10 as opposed to 5 for dad's school), has fewer disabled children (Autism, etc, which her son needs, so persumably he will get better attention), and in his dad's school, grades K-2nd grade are combined in one class, but in her school she wants, its kindergarden only.
Can we go to court over this and do we have a chance to change his school?
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