Opinion: Don’t let your narcissistic ex get away with custody interference | Mark Randall Havens

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Narcissists are notoriously difficult to deal with, especially in the context of a divorce. They are often manipulative, selfish and completely uncompromising.

If you’re dealing with a narcissistic ex-wife who has custody of your children, ask your attorney if a disclaimer petition can be an effective remedy.

Narcissists often have inflated self-esteem and think they are above the law. As a result, they may not take your court order seriously and continue to violate it. Reporting misconduct sends a strong message that you will not tolerate this behavior and will hold them accountable.

Your ex could go to jail for violating the court order

In some cases, the court can fine the narcissist or even go to jail. This can be an effective way to get their attention and get them to comply with the court order.

Narcissistic ex-wives who attempt to encroach on their ex-husbands’ legal custody not only violate a court order, but are punished with contempt. This requires filing an application bringing the violation to the attention of the court.

While non-compliance can be time-consuming, it is worth it for serious violations. Narcissistic ex-wives often try to use their children as pawns in their games, and this type of interference with custody is a serious matter that warrants judicial punishment.

Ask your attorney if filing a contempt motion is a good option for you. You can make it clear to your ex-wife that you will not tolerate her attempts to violate your custody rights.

How to protect your children from a narcissistic ex-wife

Narcissistic ex-wives often use their children as pawns in their never-ending game of control. They can alienate and condition the children to believe that the other parent is dangerous or unstable.

In some cases, they can make false abuse allegations and use the legal system to advance their own agenda. These manipulative tactics can have devastating effects on the children, who may become afraid of or reject the affected parent.

It is vital that courts take action to protect these children from further harm. By depriving narcissistic ex-wives of parental leave and joint legal rights, courts can help protect the well-being of the children involved.

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