srldad101 saidWhat a load of codswallop. "I forgot to mention the daily crystal meth addiction" after the Guest bragging self-confession. Unfortunately such troll fantasy damages the creditability and makes it more difficult for those genuinely abused mothers it purports to support.
I apologise if I am wrong but it seems the only benefit of this "How to remove the Father" post might be to point out the flaws lest one is confronted with such contrived nonsense in affidavit.
The first and most important defence against this hearsay case is the family report to evaluate the mental health of the accuser. Paranoid, histrionic, malicious personalities thrive in the vindication of an overprotective family court. Supervised contact after 10 years of marriage is a good indicator.
Olivia_Banberry saidSince separation he has spent time with the children supervised with myself present as the eldest child is petrified of his father. [i.e. The Mother did a DV runner, imposes the control and humiliation of supervised contact, the Father now has to prove himself a parent after 10 years] He took the children for two overnights at the reccommendation of a marriage councellor. [Clearly the professional does not consider the Father a risk] The children came home from the visits un-bathed, dirty in the same clothes they left in. And told me their father got himself takeaway for dinner whilst he left the children at home by themselves (ages 3,7,10). He then has his own dinner and went to bed without feeding the children. The eldest made 2 minute noodles for them all. Hearsay.
Children's words are the exception to the hearsay rule.