Our expert says:
Divorce support expert
Dear "Nice Guy",
as I just answered in the previous post, SADSA is not qualified to provide legal advice. You may contact me for a legal referral though.
The legal system does seem to fail many people unfortunately and it is hard to figure out where to begin and how it will end.
You have though used some valuable words when you say that you want to do what's best for your daughter. If you keep your focus on that, trust that the outcome will eventually be right too. Unfortunately too many legal battles are not even about legal issues. It is important to clear the anger and the hurt before even going the legal route.
Divorce coaching could be of benefice to you and the mother of your daughter in order for the both you to move forward in your new direction while keeping peace for your child.
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