Dear Barrister,This is with reference to our yesterday conversation on subject matter. Today I recieved a message from my wife mentioning that , "We have lived about 6 months of silence... Are you ready to divorce us yet?...Just trying to figure my direction in life OF course you can have time to think your stand".Sir,I am not at all willing to get divorced. But it seems that my wife has moved much ahead in life. I am worried about my 18 months daughter, what will be her future.Please guide me take correct decision.
You do not have to worry about loosing your Daughter. At the least you should get shared custody, and although you will be divorced, that will not be a divorce from your Daughter! I have 3 Daughters myself and have been through 2 divorces and although rough at first, I now have a great relationship with them, and you can have the same with your daughter. You will not be able to stop the divorce if she really wants it. You could object and the court could order counseling, but if that does not work, because it is a No Fault Divorce she will be able to get one. That is something a person cannot prevent, but you could get the court to order the counseling. You have the same rights to your Daughter that she does and there is not a prejudice to limit the fathers time, as he is to be given equal rights to the Mother. Sincerely, Steve
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