HiI filed for TRO after the criminal protective order got dropped. Half the hearing took place, the other half resulted in my and my ex husband 's attorney doing a negotiation. The agreement says that I take away the TRO, and also that he should take away ex-parte (he filed false claims that I am a sexually abusive mother
). The agreement is time sensitive, currently, I am the custodial parent
and he is the non custodial parent. I had taken my daughter to Urgent Care in MA when I discovered a rash in her diaper area even though she is potty trained after she returned from her father's house, I expressed to the urgent care doctor that my husband and I are going through a divorce and I was involved in a relationship where I went through a lot of domestic violence
, I told the doctor that my daughter was in the same set of undergarments that probably caused a rash but I'm not sure. The doctor asked my 3 year old daughter if she was touched and I thought of worst possible outcomes too and I asked her too. When they put me on the phone with the social worker, I told her that I was concerned about her hygiene and carelessness. And that's what I told the pediatrician as well. The Urgent Care Report stated that "genital contact can't be ruled out" which I saw after I came home, my husband got furious and filed a motion saing I'm a sexually abusive mom. However, I never even once stated verbally once that my husband has done something to her inappropriately but I was worried and concerned and in my head I was speculating what mustve happened. , as I am currently residing at my sister's house in MA whereas my daughter's home state is CT and the divorce is filed in CT by him. Now, the agreement has a clause that "the mother engaged in behavior that directly or indirectly resulted in false claims of sexual abuse
by the father", I am not sure if that's the right thing to put, my husband is not agreeing not to put that.. if it is an agreement.
- If I do agreement, how can I be sure I am getting a favorable outcome as oppose to going to the judge