this is unsettling for the child and is an emotional ride for the childs feelings. There was no bonding between the parent and the child. The parent becomes a stranger. Some out there can relate to this story whether its child access, family court matters eg separation, foster care. When the parent chooses to stay away and then chooses when to come back into the childs life is not good for the child. Theres been violence, the parent has uncontrollable illness that the parent nearly assaulted the child before twelve months. The parent cannot due to being incapacitated sign even under a lawyer a parenting plan. The parent had been in supported accommodation therefore unable to care for themselves. The other parent has okayed access but with their family in attendance but with concerns still on the childs safety if put into this situation. Being incapacitated, no legal documents signed the incapacitated parent can still take the child away at any time creating fear within the family. No one would never accompany the other parent in a vehicle to attend incase of violence. The incapacitated parent had also entered into a relationship that children were removed from child protection services therefore the child may be put at risk. The new partner is claiming that this parent is a good parent. What do you think? Have you been in similar circumstances or know of situations? The child is safe and does not experience any violence with the parent they reside with. The other parent has smashed up houses and leaving them as unlivable.
Posted by Cynthea Jenke, 16th July 2015