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So about 3days ago my Soon to be childs mother she’s like 6months pregnant. Were not together any more but she still comes around my house and stuff mainly threw my mom because it her first granddaughter and she’s excited. So like 4days ago she came over for a day and a half and the last day when she was about to go home we got in a little bit of and augruement and she started kicking and punching me (not lime hard as she could) but just being very annoying my Mom was doing her hair only reason she stayed the night. So she wouldnt leave my room so she sat back on the bed and was kicking me so i just grabbed her arms told her to stop so she left out and my mom finished her hair. so the next day she called police and they came to get my side of the story and they seem to understand and know she was lien she had no marks or bruises i never been in any trouble. But they left after about 5mins should i worry she can call back and add some more lies? Or i shouldnt worry? the police never said i should here anything back or anything they just said thats all we needed to hear. she trying to ruin me and file for full custody because i just want to co-parent and move on please help me!!??
As for the custody, it takes A LOT for the courts to deny a parent any time-sharing. While every case is unique, and of course, I don’t know your complete circumstances, based on what you are saying, I think that her getting 100% time-sharing (also known as custody), are slim to none. But of course, a capable lawyer acting on your behalf would be able to explain all those nuances in more detail.
I can appreciate why you are stressed. But take a breath, things are not as bad as they may seem.
AFirst, I’m sorry you are going through this difficult situation. Your son can file for emancipation, but this is rarely ever done. As soon as he turns 18 years old, he is officially an adult and your duties/obligations to him change. Until that time, you are still his parent.
One way to handle it is to trespass every visitor he has over and call the police when they come back. You are clearly facing a difficult situation, but the ability to legally kick your son out of the house before he becomes “an adult” is quite limited.
I wish you the best of luck.
Considering the circumstances, it may be wise to retain an attorney to attempt to get the VOP warrant lifted.
Hopefully this helps, best of luck to you both!
Best of luck!
Best of luck to you.