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Reply To: Coparenting-How do I set boundaries, while also having no contact?

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Quick message. Get a case manager, if you can. These folks are extremely knowledgable, but are not lawyers or legal things

Second, beware! He might kidnap the kids. Happens all the time. He would kidnap,if he does, probably to harm YOU. Whether he wants the kids or not.

You need a good, woman feminist lawyer, inmo. Not just any lawyer! Some lawyers (who are not feminist, but could be female) will not be at all helpful, and may prove to be so weak, that you lose, and still haae to pay them.

Two suggested ways to find a lawyer. Best could be to call your local women’s crisis center. They can also MAYBE find you a case manager.
Women’s CC can also hid you and your kids for a while, if needed.

Another way is if you have any friend/s who have gotten custody successfully, and had a good lawyer.

DO NOT MAKE ANY MORE VERBAL AGREEMENTS. I’m sure you know t his.

DO NOT REVEAL ANYTHING ABOUAT THE WOMEN’S CRISIS CENTER, ESP THEIR SAFE HOUSE, TO ANY MAN, ESP. HIM.


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