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 Post subject: What are a Guardian's rights?
PostPosted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 9:41 pm 
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I am divorced from my husband and I have a young child who I am the guardian for.
My husband now intends to marry a woman who was constantly contacting him throughout our marriage.
My husband obviously sees his son but I am concerned that when he marries this woman she will play a part in my child's life. I feel that given her behaviour to date she is not an appropriate influence and so I would rather she had no contact, however I am more than happy for my ex husband to continue to see his child.
My question is whether I have any legal right to prevent someone from seeing my child? I have been to a number of lawyers but opinions vary on this point.
Grateful to hear from anyone who has any experience or advice.


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 Post subject: Re: What are a Guardian's rights?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 12, 2009 10:08 pm 
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As a course, you are entitled to legal custody of this child that if you my witness that there is the disadvantage of a particular person that your child is reluctant to see the baby.
But if the inhibitor of persons entitled to Vision (relatives of the child) in this case, it must have a Ba with proof of damage to a child, both psychologically or socially.
And that you are entitled to ask the former spouse change the place of vision to place and remove him from his present wife, and for a certain period including does not harm the interests of the child, according to legal principles of the Egyptian vision


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 Post subject: Re: What are a Guardian's rights?
PostPosted: Sat Jan 30, 2010 10:39 am 
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My Love, not that it will sound very nice, but it is quite realistic: not just the Woman approached your Man, but your Man liked her - and appearently still do so. If your Son isn't going to meet her, he'll still meeting his Father, who will be happily married with THAT Woman. Don't blame everything on (other) Women - Men do play their Role and have a Role to play: not that he is a Saint and she's a Devil. Wishing the Best to you and to your Son.


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