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2 fathers - 1 mother same problems.

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16 Jul 12 #343527 by jumpingthroughhoops
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Curious about something.
Mother of my children has a child with another, she not with him either.
We both experience the same problems with her, to the point that her statements in each court hearing were near identical (some paragraphs were in fact copy and pasted from her statement against me to hers against him).
Is there any way we could jointly show this in court?

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16 Jul 12 #343528 by For real
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You could be his Mackenzie Friend.. Turn up at court and watch the blood drain from her face.

Legally ... not sure there is a lot that you can do.. but I am sure some super smart legal whizz on here will offer more sound advice.

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16 Jul 12 #343531 by jumpingthroughhoops
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Could she object to me being his MF due to fact that I''ve previously taken her to court

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16 Jul 12 #343542 by rubytuesday
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Yes, she could, and most probably would.

I also doubt if a Judge would allow you to act as a MF for this man.

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16 Jul 12 #343545 by Forseti
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Am I fantasising, or was there a case like this in which the two fathers set up home together and successfully applied for residence? I''m sure I remember reading about this; it may have been in America, but it would still be a legitimate precedent, and it would be in the children''s best interests. The mother had to make do with contact.

But no, you would not be able to act as Mckenzie. Shame.

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16 Jul 12 #343547 by jumpingthroughhoops
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Forseti wrote:

Am I fantasising, or was there a case like this in which the two fathers set up home together and successfully applied for residence?


Oh, just the thought of it has made me smile.

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