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Does mother's sham marriage to a gay immigrant have any bearing on child custody?


Your Question:
MY BESTFRIEND EXWIFE HAS RECENTLY MARRIED. SHE HAS TWO KIDS THAT LIVE WITH HER.THE MAN SHE IS MARRIED TOO IS GAY AND LIVES WITH HIS LOVER ALL UNDER THE SAME ROOF. THE EXHUSBAND DOES NOT KNOW WHAT HE CAN DO.WE FEEL THIS IS A BAD LIVING ARRANGMENT FOR THE KIDS .WE KNOW THAT HIS EXWIFE MARRIED THIS MAN SO HE CAN STAY IN THIS COUNTRY.THE KIDS ARE STARTING TO ASK QUESTION ABOUT THEIR MOTHER.HE HAS NO PROOF OTHER THAN HEAR SAY FROM PEOPLE .WHEN HE HAS GONE OVER TO THE HOUSE HER HUSBANDS LOVER IS NEVER THERE.THE ONLY TWO THAT HAS MET THE HUSBAND LOVER ARE THE GRANDPARENTS(FATHER SIDE) AND THEY WISH TO STAY OUT OF IT.I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT CAN HE DO.THIS CAN NOT BE GOOD FOR THE KIDS.

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My Answer:
Hi,

If no one else has mentioned it, let me be the first to tell you how annoying it is to real an email in ALL CAPS.

It's a weird situation. It's even weirder that you and the father are concerned, but his own parents don't really care.

The father would have to demonstrate in court, with evidence or expert testimony, that the mother's home environment is harming the children.

Given that it's not illegal to be homosexual, given that he has no evidence of any inappropriate behavior, and given that his best friend (i.e., you) would probably really annoy the judge by writing his court pleadings in ALL CAPS, I really don't see how any advice can help.

I mean, what else can I say??

Eric





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