Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Quick Update... We WON!!!

I wanted to give all of you a quick update on the outcome of our case. I'm in the process of formatting the legal documentation for everyone to read, but this is going to take some time.

Meanwhile, the court ruled. I have sole custody of my son. The sociopath will see him every other weekend and 1/2 of summer break and has no decision making rights.

God truly does work miracles. It was very hard to wait on HIM, but in the end he acted. Now, to start the process of rebuilding and fixing what's been broken. Stay tuned.... more to come!

7 comments:

  1. BRAVO! So happy for you and your son!

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  2. I'm new to this site but I wanted to say Congratulations with all my heart! I so long for the same victory! I've been dealing with the same issue for 4 years now and although his attempt of taking my children from me has failed he continues to emotionally abuse me through the courts I'm so sick of living like this yet alone my children feel the same way. Do you have any advice? I'm so desperate to have sole custody of my children.

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  3. Congratulations!
    I am so happy for you and your son!
    I am going through a similar process and I can imagine what you had to go through.
    Thank you for sharing your experience and giving me hope in a hopeless situation.
    Monica

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  4. Wow, I had given up hope of anyone beating a sociopath. I am so glad to hear it can be done.

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  5. Omg God is so good!!!! My heart goes out to this blog. I am going through this as well with my childs father, it is true the sociopath is solely out to harm. This post just uplifted me, thank you. truly!

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  6. I was wondering if you were going to post your court strategy. My ex took me to court right after our son was born (and I decided to leave him) for sole custody and child support. He lied about everything, but I live in a state that didn't care about the facts and what I could prove, only that the father has equal time. We now have shared custody (50/50) and he is always threatening to take me back to court. He does things like not bringing my son back when he's supposed to or not coming to get him when he says he will. I would like to know what your strategy was for coping with a narcissistic sociopath.

    Thank you

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  7. I would really like to know what legal strategies you used. The facts didn't seem to matter in my case. I live in a state where they have father's rights and some judges don't care, they just automatically give 50/50 custody.

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