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Probably not, the best you will be able to do is to document / record / video / keep everything the narcissist pulls. True narcissists can usually fool and actually love fooling legal and health care professionals, it gives them a sense of power. Don't kid yourself either. Many health care workers (cps, social services), therapists, psychologists and even psychaiatrists are nut jobs in their own right. There are plenty of good ones out there too. Narcissists will seek out those that they can manipulate. They do not like the ones they can't and will avoid them. Narcissists for the most part are not psychotic but if they have borderline traits can derail if under stress. Even in counseling most narcissists can fool a psycologist/therapist for quite a while. What you need to understand is what makes a narcissist tick. They internally are selfish children that are insecure, cruel and nasty. If you can prove this to others it's the ultimate degredation to them. They will get furious because the truth about themselves is what they fear most. So, document, video, record, and keep everything. Narcissists are narcissists forever. Also, never allow them to see that they can hurt you, it takes away their glee. Even better, live your own life well and enjoy it to the fullest. Get in shape, be happy and always pleasant with them. Move on with your life and don't look back no matter how much they try and hurt you. It's the best revenge. I know from experience. Only a judge can order someone to be examined or to receive psychological counseling. Court ordered action is only possible if the person has committed a crime or can be proven to be a danger to themselves or society.

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Q: Can you take legal action to get a narcissist diagnosed so the narcissist won't have unsupervised visitation with his child?
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What legal action can a custodial parent take against the noncustodial parent who is a licensed nurse for giving 14 year old an unprescribed drug Lortab?

This may be sufficient to warrant a change of custody to prohibit unsupervised visitation with the child and the non-custodial parent. It should also be reported to the licensing board.


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1. If there was a pending action involving the child, the court may have allowed the grandparents standing to pursue visitation, and in the course of evaluating the particular facts, ordered such visitation. 2. In limited circumstances, courts granted standing and visitation to grandparents even when there was no other matter before the court. 3. Some courts granted standing to grandparents to seek visitation with their grandchildren and then conducted a best interest analysis. 4. Lastly, some courts denied grandparents standing to request visitation outright and never addressed whether or not the visitation was in the child's best interests.


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The evidence did not support the claim and had the appearance of malice intent. The action cannot be refiled.


Can a child be forced by law to participate in vistation with her father?

If there is a court order of visitation it must be obeyed. The exception would be if the child would be placed in unsuitable or dangerous circumstances by the visitation. The only method for avoiding court ordered visitation is to have the order amended or rescinded by the court, an action that very few judges are willing to undertake.


What to do when the other parent only show's up for visitation sometimes?

You cannot force a parent to visit their child, however if they are not abiding by the court order outlining visitation, you can either file an action against them in the court of jurisdiction for contempt of court, or apply for a modification of the original custody/visitation order, stripping them of their rights to visitation or lessening them. If such an order is approved and the custodial arrangement is changed, child support may also be modified based on the same.


Can you move your son from PA to VA without fathers permission?

No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.


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Can visitation to non custodial parent be delayed or stopped if the child's doctor supports the action?

Only after a review of the evidence, and opposing opinions, by the court.


My daughter has school band and I get her late when I am supposed to get her about 5 hours earlier can I keep her longer to make up for time missed?

I assume that your visitation is set forth in a divorce/custody agreement. The outright answer is no. There is no extra 'offsetting' time awarded to compensate you for whatever extracurricular interests the child may have when she is in your custody. If you wish, to change the hours or length of visitation you may petition the court to have the agreement modified but it is an action that will have to be agreed to by the opposite parent AND the court. Do not try to take unilateral action on this, or you risk losing more than 5 hours visitation.see link below


Does the custodial parent have the right to with hold visitation?

Not if court ordered visitation is in place. Only the court can make modifications to such if cooperation from both parents cannot be obtained. A parent in violation of a court order is in contempt of court and the non-custodial parent may file an action against them in court based on the same.


Can the father keep the child away from the mother if he has custody?

No. Not unless there is a court order to that effect. The custody order should include a visitation schedule for the non-custodial parent unless she has been deemed unfit and for some reasons the court denied visitation. She should return to that court and take the appropriate action by requesting a visitation schedule is there is none. A custodial parent who withholds visits without the authority to do so can lose custody of the child.


If an unmarried father chooses not to pay child support does he still have rights to child in CA?

An unmarried father cannot "choose" to not pay child support. The laws in every state require that a father pay for the support of his child. The mother must bring an action to the appropriate court so that a child support order can be established. Visitation rights are separate and a father can have visitation rights established by the court. Visitation rights are not dependent on paying child support.


Ex wife won't let child come for visitation can i take her to court?

If you have a legal custody order in place outlining your rights to visitation often including how often, when and where, yes you can file an action against your ex in the court with jurisdiction over the case (generally where the child resides) indicating her failure to abide by the order. She may or may not be held in contempt of court, or otherwise compelled to live up to visitation arrangements as outlined in the order, depending on the outcome.


Can you get help in contempt if you are not allowing visitation of child but hes not paying child support?

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Can a 14-year-old decide whether or not they want to particpate in vistation with a non custodial parent in Indiana?

Not if the visitation has been ordered by the court. Assuming there are grounds for such, the custodial parent would need to file suit (petition) to have the visitation order amended. The non custodial parent, of course, would have the opportunity to contest the action.


What happens when custodial parent drops kids off at non custodial parents house and leaves them?

Leaves them permanently or in violation of court ordered custody/visitation time? In either circumstances, the non-custodial parent may file an action for contempt of court against the custodial parent and/or file for custody/visitation modification based on the same.


Do you still pay child support if parent has moved out of state with child in the state of Tennessee?

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Can one parent of the two sharing custody of a minor child legally keep the child from the other parent pending a DSS claim?

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Best way to scare a narcissist?

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How do you go about writing a letter to Friend of the Court because the father of your child is harassing you?

A friend of the court writing is not appropriate. You need to take other civil action or practical actions to remove his ability to contact you: A restraining order, moving to an undisclosed location, public meeting places for visitation, and other possibilities abound. Record any phone calls you receive from him, take a witness with you for visitation.


What happens if the non custodial parent doesn't show up for court for visitation rights when he pursued the case?

His request may be denied or the court may postpone the hearing. You need to contact or visit the court to determine what action was taken.


Can a custodial parent prevent the noncustodial parent from talking to their children on the phone?

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What are your options when your ex-wife violates a court order and refuses to release your child to you for visitation?

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