Yes you can, you should complain to the police and then let them take the first action.
Custody cannot be established until a child is born.
If the 13 year old tells the court what is going on i think the will take favor in the child
Yes, his father was quite abusive.
He will not get custody, but he can get supervised visitation.
yes,mainley because he had an abusive father.
i think you can can can be charge with child neglect!
Lack of trust , Core feelings of being “worthless” or “damaged, emotionally disconnected from your child. Meeting the daily needs of your child seems impossible.
Look for information on filing child abandonment against the father in your state. People do this if the father is not present in the child's life, not paying child support, or is abusive.
An abusive father and dis-functional household growing up as a child.
Nicki Minaj was abused by her father. Physically and emotionally, not sexually (as many rumor to be).
It's never mentioned in the books. However, since his father spoiled him it was unlikely. On the other hand, his father was a Death Eater and Draco Malfoy was emotionally abused as he was very afraid of his father and of disappointing him.
Yes, it is normal with some children who grow up with a verbally abusive father to think that honesty is not always if ever the best police when dealing with authority figures other than his own father because a verbally abusive father has life twisted around in his own mind. A child that is either verbally or physically abused by their father will most likely try to please that father more so than the father. However, there are other children who grow up with verbally abusive fathers who make an extreme effort to be the opposite of their father and when those grown children have children of their own they make sure their children will not have to go through the same thing they went through.
They can affect the mind of a child in numerous ways. A daughter may grow up and unconsciously seek an abusive man, or an older man to replace the role of her father. Emotional abuse rips families apart, and can cause damage for generations. In fact...you are probably a few generations down the list. The abuser was probably once the abused.
Your ex has no greater chance of keeping your child due to his abusive behavior. If you can document his abuse of your child, you might be able to limit his access to your child. Look to local domestic violence resources for help in accessing the legal systems. Expect a fight. It won't be cheap.
The number one obligation of the father is to support his child financially, emotionally and in every other way he can to help the child grow into a capable, responsible adult who is able to support herself or himself in the world.
heck if I know but my children's father is over 18,000 behind in child support, and was abusive to me, I have a restraining order against him for the next four years. He is in NC and I am in California. He hasn't paid a dime since June 2008.
You should be able to ask the judge who presided over the divorce, or if there is a caseworker assigned to the family, that would be a better place to start. * A sixteen-year-old does not have that right automatically. Legally, the father still has the right to his visitation time. If a father is emotionally or physically abusive, the mother or an attorney acting on behalf of the child may petition the court for a change in the custoday order. * No, minors are not allowed to make such decisions when there is a visitation order in place. Generally the law does not address issues of alledged emotional or verbal abuse as there is such a wide definition of such behavior. The custodial parent can petition for a change in the visitation rights of the non custodial parent, but rarely will visitation be suspended under the cited circumstances, however, supervised visitation might be an option.
Joseph Stalin was sickly as a child. His father was also an alcoholic who was abusive towards Joseph and his mother.
Now that the police will not take any action, you must contact the anti child abusive organization, they will guide you and also see that the police take action against your abusive parents.
No, but only gatekeeper mother would foster another fatherless child onto society. Besides, he can get access rights on his own. I teach fathers how to. You should let the baby go with its father whether you get child support or not. The other parent has a legal obligation to support their child. You have a state agency, the Department of Revenue that can assist you with this, but unless this is an abusive, or dangerous father, or you are afraid the father will take the baby and leave the State, yes by all means you should share the job of parenting with him without being paid to do so. The child support issue will work itself out, let him be a father. Your child will grow better for it.
They should do their best to get a hold of the local police or a child abuse hotline. If so abusive that it threatens their life they should flee from the home to the nearest neighbor and call the police immediately.
If the father is doing drugs or drinks a lot. Also, if the father does nothing for the child. Being abusive can also count as unfit. Any of these would work. I'm sure there's a lot more.
It may be that the person being raised will have some troubles with upcoming romantic relationships, as she will probably be unprepared/undereducated for them. Answer If a child is raised by someone who is emotionally distant or "emotionally unavailable" for the child and that child has no other role model or parent who IS emotionally there for them, the child will have trouble later in life with the same issue. He or she could possibly be emotionally distant, not knowing how to express his or her emotions. If someone is emotionally distant there is no closeness or real bonding. The child can possibly have those issues into adulthood.