A Divorce Win

by truthsetsonefree 15 Replies latest jw experiences

  • Purza

    Very happy to hear a good outcome for a good father. I wish you success in your child raising.


  • Hope4Others

    Its great to see what has been managed to be accomplished in protecting your


    Best wishes,


  • truthsetsonefree

    momscrazy, if I do I don't know about it. Being a dub totally isolated me from any non-Witness family. Which is most of them.

    On the divorce now the plot thickens. After the fact she now says she can't sign. She says the proposed language crimps her Constitutional rights she says. Its going to piss off the judge. We all had this wording agreed to. Well I have to figure this one out. She didn't question the blood. So that's half the battle.

    (Sorry I can't change the color here.)


  • La Capra
    La Capra

    In my local jurisdiction in California, that's called a stipulation-order. They are binding whenever the magistrate says they are, regardless of whether they are signed (lots of California case law on that) or entered by the judge. Here, if one party later refuses to sign a stip-ord, the other party can still have the order entered, after a certain period of time. Is there something similar in New York? I hope so, because challenging the psych-eval is an expensive process for everyone. Thank-goodness for the "best interests of the child" standard.


  • choosing life
    choosing life

    Sounds like you are planning well for your child. Congrats!

    I hope your soon to be ex-wife abides by the stipulations and doesn't decide she can get away with theocratic warfare (lying).

  • flipper

    ISAAC- I'm glad you are fighting for the rights of your daughter and I do hope the judge is fair and just in deciding in your favor in this new development brought on by your ex-wife. Every human should have the freedom to choose their religious beliefs- including our minor children. Good luck to you friend ! Peace out, Mr. Flipper

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