Rule of thumb = Although divorce may have been finalized, even years ago, you must always maintain a constant state of readiness.
Radio silence. Just go about your daily affairs like nothing's going on. Do not tip your hand.ForumVenter wrote:How would you expect someone to proceed in this case?
How is this so??ForumVenter wrote:.....the GAL that was involved is still in play.....
When NJ's moment comes, it'll be incumbent upon her to show best interest and, simultaneously, significant change of circumstances. These are very high hurdles to cross.ForumVenter wrote:.....I also want to secure what all I fought for.
Nevertheless, you need to be aware that the playing field is already tilted in NJ's favor:
1) She's a SAHM;
2) D6 has half-siblings (at the time of divorce, the court has a policy not to separate siblings; even half-sibs or step-sibs);
3) She pays no child support. IMHO, NJ's income should be imputed at minimum wage. My reasoning here is simple. An order for CS will help level the playing field in your favor.
No matter what anyone tells you, you must never be afraid of the judge.ForumVenter wrote:I don't want to tick off the Judge.....