“They have to get some normality back into their lives, particularly for the boys,” Tacopina said. “They need to be back in their own bedroom with their own clothes and toys.”
Yes, for the transparent sake of maintaining custody.
Musical homes, forensic interviews, impaired baby sitter, emotionally crumbling baby sitter, etc….
I wonder if Rasleen has tried in the past to phone and talk to her son and was denied that. She did say she hasn’t spoken to him in years.
Being in arrears doesn’t cancel her rights. And it’s difficult, if not impossible, to make a serious challenge if you’re in poverty and the other parent isn’t and/or has attorneys for free, and who can threaten to and actually file dead beat parent papers to effectively kill the challenge. But, still, there’s that pesky issue of leaving the son with an admittedly impaired sitter.
Who takes care of those issues when the non-custiodial parent isn’t able? hmmmmm I know!!