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Autism And Ex Husband Anger Issues?

Autism And Ex Husband Anger Issues?

Does anyone have any insight in autism/custody
My son can't officially be diagnosed with autism yet because he isn't old enough. Well I am going through a custody battle with my ex husband. The only thing is, my ex has outrageous anger issues. He has been violent towards me and my daughter and has pulled a gun in me and his son. My son also has heart problems and would constantly stop breathing as a newborn and whenever my son was inconsolable, my ex would put him in the… read more

A MyAutismTeam Member said:

Definitely get a new lawyer! Inexperienced lawyers are not only worthless, but can do damage. I'm writing from very expensive experience.
Ask here, and do some phone interviews, but find someone who has experience with types like your ex as well as kids on the spectrum.

posted over 7 years ago
A MyAutismTeam Member said:

Here is a Crisis Line & Safe House to call near Thomaston. (Phone number can only be seen by the question and answer creators)
They have lawyers that know what to do.

edited, originally posted over 7 years ago
A MyAutismTeam Member said:

You can contact that police station and talk to the sergeant or chief. Explain your situation....that you called....and his step-father showed up...and now there is no report on file. They will have to ensure that he creates one or is investigated for faulty police work. They don't allow their officers to get away with everything they used to, anymore. If that doesn't fix the problem...threaten to go to the local news. They hate bad publicity...and it will create a record for you via news footage.

posted over 7 years ago
A MyAutismTeam Member said:

Im sorry I think i read ur question wrong.But u can always show that he is unfit for visitation or if by some stupid reason he does, get it supervised.Like i have said before get proof of things(telephone calls videos taped conversations).Well i hope all goes well.Please keep me posted

posted over 7 years ago
A MyAutismTeam Member said:

Document every occurrence. Keep a running journal with dates, times, what happened...and what the triggers were. Compile any police and/or medical reports you may have. All of these things will be crucial when you get to court.

posted over 7 years ago
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