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Thank you very much for your response.
You have no clue.... :(
We literally just underwent a third ACS investigation, all within the space of one year. Surprise, surprise, results were: "unfounded."
I will propose this to my husband, but I hardly doubt either he or she will agree to counseling. He is "fed up" and she won't cooperate.
Roadblocks have nothing on his/our situation.
Thank you so much for your input.
We've never heard of suing for false ACS charges/complaints.
First allegation, mother stated in court father AND I sexuall abuse kids, and we both neglect kids. Unfounded.
Second allegation, father and I both smoke marihuana while caring for the girls. Unfounded.
Third allegation: Youngest went home with what doctors described as a "superficial" scratch on her stomach. ACS agent told husband and I that mother said she is worried father and I beat the youngest. Unfounded.
All three investigations were produced during the custody dispute (except the last one). Does this matter? If not, is there another way to make this investigations relevant without going to court? (I'm assuming if we sue her, that means more court..... :
"There is no way to do anything in these cases withut going to court..."
I, too, was afraid you would say this after hearing the factors surrounding the case.
I suppose the mantra "go hard, or go home" applies.
UGH!! I hate this.
Thank you so much for your educated response, truly appreciate it. Thank you!
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