Can your ex husband keep your 8 year old daughter if he does not have a bedroom for her?
If the child feels uncomfortable having limited privacy, then the issue should be discussed. If not, there seems to be no reason why it is not workable.
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What questions should you ask your 6-year-old daughter if you fear she is still being abused by your ex-husband that has already been investigated but not convicted of sexual abuse?
Answer . \nNever ask a direct question of a child who is suspected of having been abused.\nSuch issues are best handled by a professional counselor or medical personnel tra…ined in the matter. Generally children will tell an adult especially a parent what they believe the person wants to hear, which may or may not be the truth concerning the matter at hand. Asking questions such as "Did (person's name) touch you in your private places?" and so forth can be construed in court as coerciveness towards the child and will not be allowed as evidence. Many cases of child abuse are lost or dismissed because untrained (and sometimes trained) persons have unintentionally tainted the child's testimony. The alternative to not seeking professional assistance is to simply have a conversation about the child's visitation with the suspected adult in the hope that helpful information is revealed. Even so, the court will generally take a skeptical view of testimony solicited from a child by either parent.. Answer . My extended family had to deal with this same issue. The only way they got him was by video taping a testimony from the children and having them examined by a physician after a visit. It is really hard to get sexual abusers, write everything down (behavior, dates, EVERYTHING in a journal). Teach your 6 year old to fight and say no, it is really hard to do and they are scared at that age. Good luck!
Is it betrayal when your husband has a 49 year old daughter by his ex talks negatively about you to her mom and she tells him to listen to what the daughter is telling him because she's trying to help?
Answer . I wouldn't call it so much betrayal as the fact your husband needs to grow a backbone! He's allowing his daughter to control your lives and his ex to be an enabler… of the daughter's behavior to cause problems in your marriage. Tell your husband to settle this now or you are leaving! He should have enough respect for you and realize he is no longer with his wife and his daughter needs to get herself a life.
I am on section 8 i have a 20 yr old daughter and a19 year old son two younger kids 7 year old girl and a 8 year old boy will my 7 and 8 year old share a bedroom?
i dont think its a good idea... they may fight and you will not like that, no i whould'nt be a very good idea
Can a man that is a convicted felon get custody of his 8 year old daughter that is living with a ex sister-in-law?
Too general a question to be answered in this venue. Everything depends on the particular and unique circumstances of the individuals involved and the decision of the judge.
Is it right for a husband to be involve with his ex girlfriend's 20 year old daughter where he claims that he consider her as his daughter because he lived with them for 6 years?
you have to understand that he was a "father figuar to her for 6years! she was 14years old, i think its fine as long as its jsut her daughter. think of how u would feel if u w…ere that girl,
Is there something wrong when my husband lets her ex girlfriend's twenty year old daughter who he considers a daughter sits on his lap?
If she is hot, not a problem
My ex husband and I share 50 - 50 custody of our 4 year old daughter and i remarried n my husband is in the army and want to know outcomes on relating child?
None. You still have 50/50 unless you want to move away, than you'll long distance visitation rights to your child.
Unless you have evidence of inappropriate behavior, nothing as most fathers cannot afford places with bedrooms for the children. Most mothers just make a false allegation.
If your 8 year old daughter keeps disrespecting you and her adopted mom can you spank her and if so how should you do it?
Spanking never leads anywhere. You need to take away things she likes. I don't know what that is since I don't know her but you do. Take the computer away, phone and TV privil…eges etc. Tell her she can not go to the party she was supposed to. There are many things you can do but spanking is not the answer. That only makes her more angry and scared and that is not what you want your relationship with your daughter to be about. There are also great books to understand what is going on in a 8yo life. Kids have many stages in their life and tons of things are happening that we don't know of. There is way more to it then just the terrible two's and puberty. There's a whole world in between.
do u pay rent or own it or what? if u own it or rent it and shes no longer paying then u can tell her to get that crap out right away... now if she pays the rent or owns the p…lace then she can keep it there as long as she wants
If your ex husband has no blood relation to your 8 year old daughter will not sign divorce papers and now is trying to get custody does he have a chance?
Depending on the state and his relationship with the child, yes. In Pennsylvania, a man won custody even after the mother married the bio dad. If the children are better off w…ith the stepfather, that overrides what's best for mom.
Is it agaainst the law for your 16 year old daughter your 12 year old daughter and your 10 year old son to share the bedroom?
It is not against the law, but i would say to take the 10 year old boy out of the room. Two girls and one boy in a room doesn't sound good even if theya re related. And if you… get your son his own room the girls won't have to worry about going to the bathroom to change. And it would also be very disturbing if they did change in front of him. It is not against the law but i think that yu should get the boy his own room.
its simple dont you see its ya mum yaaboo!
Should your husbands ex wife call about their 12 year old daughter having a fever am I wrong for saying she could handle that without calling you about it?
In most cases it is normal for a parent to contact the other parent whenever there is a situation involving the children. An open communication between the parents is healthy …for the child.
There is no law against it. It might not be the best thing, butsometimes the family has no choice.