Mother dating sex offender
So it will be important to provide evidence of her shortcomings as well as how the living arrangements might negatively affect the child, and inversely, how the stability and living arrangements in his father's home will benefit the child.He'll also have to show that there has been a substantial change in one or more of these factors: As far as chances of success, there is no way for me to know that. That will tell you more and reaffirm your decision to get him out of your life. If he keeps contacting you, get a restraining order. You don't know how honest he has or hasn't been with you. Please remember to give me credit for doing my job by clicking on 4 or 5 stars at the top of your screen.A BONUS is also appreciated if you feel I've earned one today.
I asked him if he thought the violation would cause him to return to prison. Not only does having him in your home under these circumstances create all sorts of legal problems for him, and obvious concerns for your child, but also puts YOU at risk of having the child removed from your custody. His reluctance to inform his PO should tell you EVERYTHING you need to know.
And if you have new questions in the future, you should write FOR JAMES in the question.
My question involves criminal law for the state of: TX My boyfriend is registered sex offender. Certainly he is in violation of his parole by being around my daughter....right?
I had to remove her from the children’s emergency contact list; after this whole thing blew up she showed up at the kids’ school unannounced, which my son told me about.
I was devastated by her response for obvious reasons, but also because we did not have the best relationship while I was growing up.