Q: After being together 13 years, I broke up with my now ex. As retaliation he won’t let me see my daughter
I’m originally from Wa, and have lived in North Dakota with my daughter up until a year and a half ago when I needed immediate medical attention because of severe Crohn’s disease, malnutrition and heart failure. I am now on the mend and would like my daughter to live with me in Wa because that is where my medical team is. My now ex, who is the father of our daughter is wanting full custody of her. I’m terrified of moving back to ND because he has threatened mine and my daughters life and I know I will get sick again because the proper medical care is not there. My ex is mentally abusive, stole money from me and while he’s been in ND with our daughter, I’ve been paying all the bills and the rent. Where do I begin? I have no idea how to do this.
I am now back in Dickinson ND after battling numerous surgeries in WA state. Since upon my arrival back to my apt in Dickinson, the father of my daughter (who is not on the lease) has taken my apt keys, and stole guns registered to me
For starters, you should report the guns as stolen to the police.
If you have proof of any of what you said, seek help from an attorney to get full custody and a restraining order.
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