Monday, November 1, 2010

The Sybil Saga continued and other musings

Let's see - the last time I posted it was in January of this year- wow, time flies when you're having fun eh? Just when you think things can't get worse, inevitable they do. In February things with the girls' attendance had escalated to the point where the trigger in the order needed to be enforced which included placement changing whereby they would be with us during all school nights. So we notified everyone and sat the girls down to discuss the situation. Lots of tears and anger later the next day they go off to school. A few days later of denied visitation and MS and MN file a restraining order against Norm based 100% on fabricated lies. After one hearing the Judge told the girls, Sybil and their attorney that he saw absolutely no basis and if they didn't withdraw the filing he would throw it out completely. So they withdrew to spare themselves the embarrassment.

This in turn prompted the court appointed GAL to file a counter motion against Sybil because she believed Sybil and her parents were 100% behind the ridiculous RO filings and that the parental alienation was running rampant. Her motion consisted of basically writing off MS and placing MN solely with us with no contact with Sybil and all her family to include MS who is now determined to be one of the ring leaders of this fiasco. The court transferred the case to the Juvenile court because a Child Protection motion was also filed in conjunction. That ended up going nowhere ultimately because the judicial system totally sucks and they felt it belonged in family court so we were essentially then back to square one.

The girls were (and still are) refusing to come, the GAL's license was put on probation for some weird bankruptcy error made back in 2006 so the case has essentially been put on hold until now since it is now reinstated and she's in good standing. I suspect that trial will not occur until probably January if at all. At this point we have completely lost any hope for MS and pray there is still hope for MN. I guess only time will tell.

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