Hi, my name is ***** *****. I am divorced, he was violent and is receivng mental health care. I live in an Oklahoma, he lives in Texas we have two kids, I have custody. He rarely pays support. He claims that his mental and llness is worsened by the stress of child support
. For the past two years his behavior was so violent that my lawyer advised me to deny visitation
. He has seen the kids less than ten times in and ven years. He does not call and has no relationship with them. I believe that he may be willing to terminate his rights if it would alievate his responsibility for paying child support. Is this possible? If so how do you recommend I proceed?
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: Our visitation specifies "by mutual agreement of the parties" it also must be supervised and occur in public. He agreed to these measures because " it is easier to control myself in public" . since then he has had several incidents in public that made me concerned for the kids saftey and my lawyer advised me to stop the visits . additionally, the kids are 6 and 7, they do not call him daddy, have never asked for him and see him do infrequently that they do not recognize him.
JA: OK got it. Last thing — Family Lawyers
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