The Narcissistic Father During And After Divorce October 09, Your child will be of value to the narcissistic father after divorce until they begin to age and start pulling away. Nothing sets off a narcissist like being ignored and devalued! What happens to grown children of the narcissistic father during and after divorce?
Unlike the more common form of family law cases, this case has presented in a way where effectively it is a case for residence either with the mother, or with the father.
If the children reside with the mother, the case is put on the basis of extremely limited time between the children and the father, probably supervised at a contact centre. If the children are to reside with the father, it would be on the basis of the mother having no time for a period to allow the children to adjust, and then returning to the mother spending time with the children.
Turning then to the question of the significant factual disputes, they are relatively small in number and relate to allegations about the behaviour of the father — whether he has been violent in a physical sense, or violent or angry in his behaviour towards the mother or children, and in particular whether or not he has been violent towards X.
It is not in dispute, that as time has passed X has become strongly resistant to spending time with the father, that he has run away from school on a number of occasions when the father is meant to have been picking him up from school, and that he has refused to attend school on occasions when he expects that the father would be picking him up.
So severe have these problems become, that at the end of the hearing I suspended contact pending judgment, to prevent the continued attempts at handover with X running away.
A recovery order had to be issued so that the police could assist, and with their assistance he is now in a room on the same level as the child care room and at least in a safe and contained environment.
The child Y had been continuing to attend time with the father, until the most recent visit where she refused in a manner not dissimilar to X. It is against this background that the decision must be made. Chronology Turning to a brief chronology of events, the parties had a relatively brief relationship inor starting in and marrying in before separating soon thereafter.
There is some uncertainty as to the date of final separation given that they attempted to reconcile on at least one or two occasions. The actual date of final separation is not particularly relevant to the proceedings. Certainly by late the parties had separated.
In omitted X was born. In omitted Y was born. Obviously further attempts to reconcile or interactions had occurred in the intervening period.
The path to a parenting arrangement that was workable does not appear to have been easily found by the parties, even at the earliest stages. By they were before the Court for a hearing, and a judgment was delivered providing for the children to live with the mother and spend time with the father.
In August time with the father ceased, and in October when time stopped again, the father took video footage of the mother and children which then, not surprisingly, prompted a family violence application. A contravention application was then filed in late Time with the father appears to have resumed shortly before the filing of that application and then ceased after service of it.
It was served around 3 December and an intervention order was sought on 5 December Time then ceased again, including over Christmas until around February where the matter came before the Court and a report pursuant to s. Orders were made at that time to resume time; and in an effort to assist the parties to work through the difficulties they have with the co-parenting of these two children, further orders were made for them to engage with Ms L, together with a psychologist that works with Ms L, to work on their interpersonal relationships through counselling for the adults whilst also supporting the children with counselling by Ms S.
Overnight time commenced again in June Time ceased again in June or July and then following another s. In September time ceased again and on this occasion X had made complaints to people at the school that his father had harmed him.rutadeltambor.com is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want.
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