Q: Can my ex get our child from another persons house?
I’ve hid our kid from him (I’m trying to sell the idea of him being unstable when he’s actually a good person, and really I’m I’m a bit off in the head for coming up with the idea to pretend that this fake daycare existed and the couple watching her have bought my story. He could have walked in along time ago, because her tablet was gps (and sniffing packets and running man in the middles on the WiFi ) I tell everybody I’m afraid my ex has a gun, when he really wouldn’t hurt me AND when he’s actually been too nice (well he might, now because I’ve been doing this spiteful crap with my boyfriend and family is at risk too because they’ve helped) and I’ve asked this question differently here, but what do I deserve for hiding her so long? I’m not a great parent, I’m jealous. I just wish I hadn’t lied to him, because he can prove hes known where she’s been, and that he wouldn’t take her like i did. I know I’m wrong but I don’t care. He’s crazy, and I’m sticking to it.
A: Your ex would be able to pick up his child from another person's home without your consent. Hearing your story I'm afraid that you are setting yourself for a terrible custody case. NC judges are not very sympathetic to a parent who is withholding or hiding a child from another parent. It sounds like you realize that you may have made a mistake in hiding your child. Now would be the time to make amends. I would also suggest that you find a counselor to talk to. Going through a break up is a stressful event and many people do things they regret later. Remember the most important thing is doing what is in the best interest of your child.
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