Hello, it's Jack again. Looks like we have two threads going at once.
Child abuse can take many forms; basically, it means doing something that causes a child harm, either physical or mental.
Since you don't know what he said that you did, there's nothing specific I can say about it. Except, if no one has contacted you in over two months, it could not have been that much.
will saying ," i wish that child never turned out to be human in the its place" as we were discussing child support.
be considered verbal abuse
i hope you remember me from yesterday.
We have an agreement a sworn statement , notarized saying he is giving me full physical custody of the child, will that matter with the judge's decision?
is there any difference with the criteria of awarding custody between in OR and AZ?
i don't know if it will make any advantage if i were to file in OR ?
what advise can you give regarding the possible approach with regards XXXXX XXXXX 2 daughters, he will insist for them to be with my child also, my concern is that if i allow that ---i wouldn't think it will not be good for my child on a psychological basis knowing that their father chooses the 2 daughters over him.
The main reason of our separation is that he is not treating my child the same way as he is caring for the 2 daughters , i ended up letting him choose .Will it be a plus factor for my case if i agree with the 2 daughters being with my child or shall i consider my baby likewise that it won't be psychologically good for him. I grew up in a family with a mother who has been not fair and equal with her children and that has been my setback all my life , and i don not want that to happen to my child.
Hello, again. I'll answer your questions in order:
1. No difference between Oregon and Arizona on the issue of child custody.
2. That's not verbal abuse.
3. His argument that the new child should be with his two half-sisters, is a weak argument. That's because they don't have the same mother. You have a strong argument, in that he treats the children differently.
4. Since you and the baby are physically in Oregon, you probably would prefer the case to be there. I will be easier for you to participate and for your family to participate.
Of course, I remember you from yesterday.
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