Q: How can I fight against a false report of DV,when my wife and stepmother of my kids claimed herself victim
My case started in the end of October 2016.The case is in the criminal court of queens county.The stepmother of my children and my wife abused my kids and blamed everything on me, falsely claiming herself the victim.My children and myself were the ones that actually got hurt.My 2 daughters, one is now 18 years and the other who is 13 are my witnesses to what actually occurred.My wife has a order of protection against me, she is living away with my toddler son.My daughter who is 18 also has a order of protection against her stepmother and currently my both daughters are living with me.I have also done some batterers classes and therapy that my lawyer from family court had recommended for me to do. I have hospital reports and pictures of the injuries.I need a lawyer who can represent me and bring the truth out of what actually happened and show the court how my wife is taking advantage of stereotypical thinking to make herself the victim when me and my daughters were the ones hurt.
You can certainly sue for custody and visitation rights, and you can challenge the DV allegations with evidence and witness testimony.
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