Can My Ex-wife Vacate Visitation Rights?

Reply Mon 21 Sep, 2009 08:05 pm
I have a sad situation. After 2 months of waiting, I went to court today.
I took my ex-wife to court for visitation rights. The person in the courtroom had a title of referee. In other words, it was not the judge assigned to my case. My ex-wife had an attorney. I have no money for an attorney. To make a long story short, my ex-wife requested to vacate my visitation rights. I am a good father. My ex-wife knows I am a good father. That is why I am so hurt about all of this. The case has been adjourned to November 17, 2009. I have not seen or spoken to my son since the last week of June 2009. Now, I can add two more months to the agony of being without my son. What are her chances to vacate my visitation rights? What are my chances to win?
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Reply Tue 22 Sep, 2009 01:10 am
You are an odd person. In any case the chance of having your visitation rights taken away from you is zero unless they can show that you are harmful to your children in some manner.

And given how slow you was to go to court in the first place I do not see now why you are crying over a two month delay.
Reply Tue 22 Sep, 2009 05:57 am

There is no need to insult me. I am just looking for advice and help in this forum. I am not looking for pitty from any human. I am basically trying to see what the chances are in terms of keeping my visitation rights active. My ex-wife is trying to annul my rights to see and/or speak to my son. I have been with him for 11 years. If I am so bad, why was I allowed to continue seeing the child?No one has an answer to that question.
ebrown p
Reply Tue 22 Sep, 2009 06:36 am
I think there are several questions here. I think the most important is whether ex-wives are ever jerks.

1 . Yes, ex-wives occasionally act like jerks. It is part of the cost of having an ex-wife.

2. No, it is unlikely she can actually take your visitation rights away without a very good reason (i.e. if you abused your kids, or had an obvious drug problem she may be able to convince a judge you were too much of a risk).

3. Yes, you should talk to a lawyer.

Did I get all of the questions?
Reply Tue 22 Sep, 2009 10:59 am
@ebrown p,
Yes, you did. Thanks. I'll keep everyone posted.
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