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Went to Court yesterday
From: Linda Miralles
Time: 12:18:08 PM
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
Yesterday has marked the passing of the first of many court dates to come. From my previous post, I let you know that my ex has had custody for the past 5 years of our three children (ages 11-16).
Making this as short as possible, here are the highlights:
1. My attorney has put it on record that this is a Parental Alienation issue.
The judge who was presiding interrupted my attorney with the following statement: "I am aware of this issue as I have just returned from a week long seminar on Parental Alienation".
In my opinion, this was a direct affirmation of my belief that PAS is being recognized by the justice system as a genuine issue that needs to be addressed.
2. My request for an attorney ad litem for my children was approved, pending my ability to come up with $1000 retainer. The ex is required to do the same. The ex had requested the judge to deny this request.
The only thing that I really wanted was the chance to see my children. An emergency date has been set for June 28th. So much for seeing them this summer. I'll let you know how it goes. (Last changed: February 26, 2006)
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Re: Went to Court yesterday
Time: 3:46:16 AM
Remote Name: 22.214.171.124
How did court go on the 28th? Do you have visitation with your children? (Last changed: February 26, 2006 )
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