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Los Angeles County Superior Court Family Court Services
« on: May 23, 2014, 01:37:41 PM »
The Good news:  The Taking Parent asked the Family Court to give her joint custody and outside supervised visitation yesterday.  The Judge asked if I have anything to add to my Responsive Declaration.  I quoted the Red Flags of abduction risk and the abductor Personality Profiles from a NCMEC Affidavit.  The judge denied her requests citing abduction risk issues.

The Bad news.  Before the hearing, we had to go to Family Court Services for a mandatory mediation session.  The mediator was Dr. Nancy Hazeltine who is/was a Child Custody Evaluator and a mediator.  She asked me if I know what is "professional supervised visitation."  I told her yes and that supervised visitation is an unregulated industry with no annual licensing or inspection requirements by any government agencies.  Even daycare centers are licensed annually and under the Dept of Social Services.  Told her there have been 3 cases of abductions in Los Angeles area during outside supervised visitation.

Then Dr. Hazeltine said: your boys are 14 years old.  Give them a cell phone and they can call you if they are being abducted.

Are you serious?  I told her I am going to the hearing to present my case against the Taking Parent's requests.  She was not happy that someone actually challenged her.  Just incredible.

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Re: Los Angeles County Superior Court Family Court Services
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2014, 01:34:16 PM »
Good for you, Andrew, for continuing to stand firm. It amazes me that California is so slack in this area. It might be something to consider adding to future legislation, that supervised visitation become a regulated industry.

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« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2014, 04:28:48 PM »
I went to see my State Assemblymember Ed Chau.  He felt that the 3 cases of abduction during supervised visitation in LA County is not enough to justify new legislation.  I wonder what his threshold is?  Daycare centers are licensed and inspected every year so why can't supervised visitation be the same?  I pointed out to Mr. Chau that the children in supervised visitation are already identified as "at risk" whereas Daycare center children are not all "at risk."   Probably need to donate a few dollars to his office to get him to listen.

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« Reply #3 on: November 30, 2014, 05:39:46 PM »
I received a notice for registered mail on Wednesday Nov26 and then yesterday received a LA County Superior Court Family Court Services notice of a mediation appointment.  This tells me the Abducting Parent Wang is at it again.  She is going back to Family Court to get custody of the boys.  Family Court Services is a waste of time as I shared in my May 2014 post.  The Mediator Dr. Hazeltine said to give the boys a cell phone and they can call me if they are being abducted.  She probably has no experience with Parental Alienation and child abduction.

Wang has an Immigration Court hearing on Tuesday Dec 2.  Let's hope this is her last try (and she did not qualify for any of waivers in the Obama Executive Order from a few weeks ago). 

The last time we went to Family Court during the summer, Wang asked for joint legal and physical custody so that she can "take them for haircuts, facial treatment for acne, meals and shopping for clothes."  Really?  More like getting custody so you can get new Singapore passports for them and abduct them to Singapore again.

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« Reply #4 on: December 09, 2014, 12:34:06 PM »
Checking the forum for updates.   Andrew,  have you been back to court since you posted?  Thinking of you and wondering about the outcome.  Disgusting,   that your abductor can still manipulate the legal system. 

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« Reply #5 on: December 23, 2014, 03:50:27 PM »
Hi Diane,

Thanks for your follow up.  Here is the latest.  Bienvenidos Supervised Visitation Center in Pasadena CA terminated visitations last week.  They tried to say I didn't trust them anymore.  What it really was is the lapses in visitation monitoring the past few months.  Back in June 2012, the Taking Parent Yuxin Mei Wang had me served with court documents as I was dropping off the kids for a visitation.  She was warned.  See Rule 4 in attached Supervised Visitation Guidelines.

In July 2012, Wang was served a Notice to Appear by immigration and charged with immigration fraud.  She has had 5 Immigration Court hearings and the last was on Dec2, 2014.  From what I found out, her case is now with the Board of Immigration Appeals which means she was ordered deported and is now appealing.

During the past 2 months, she violated Bienvenidos Supervised Visitation Guidelines by talking about me during a visit in October (Rule 7), using her cell phone (Rule 11) and then in her November Declaration to request new custody stated she discussed custody and future living arrangements with Christopher during the Nov9 visitation (Rule 6).  At first, I didn't believe she actually had this discussion as the monitors would have stopped it.  when I questioned Elizabeth Mariscal the Director about it, they terminated visitation and said it was because I didn't trust them any more.  If you look at Rule 29 and 30, you don't terminate due to lack of trust, you terminated due to "Non-compliance" with any rule.

I was notified on Dec11.  I wanted to minimize the disruption to the visits and started looking for a new center.  I found the Ness Center in LA and the Victory Bible Church in Pasadena.  Managed to speak with the Ness Center manager on Friday Dec19 and notified the mother to go in for an in-take interview.  I didn't hear anything back and instead received an Ex Parte Notice on Monday morning.  See attached.  We went to Court this morning.  I submitted my objections and after 2 hours received the ruling that denied the Ex Parte request and confirmed the current custody and visitation orders.

Back in May 2014, the Judge denied the mother's request for outside visitation and a year earlier denied the reduction of monitors from 2 to 1.  The Ex Parte Notice is another attempt to get the boys outside a secure center and using only a single monitor.  Her violations of the visitation rules all came in the last 2 months.  It could be deliberate on her part to try and get out of the center knowing that visitations would be terminated for additional violations.

Her attorney is the one she had before she started representing herself.  Now the attorney is back. She told me she wants to cancel the next hearing on Jan9 and go for a hearing on having the boys interviewed for custody evaluation.  The mother has been ordered removed, so why would you change custody only to have her deported in a few months after her appeal fails?  Is that in the best interest of the child?

I would ask everyone to write to the Mr. David L Neal, Chairman Board of Immigration Appeals, 5107 Leesburg Pike, Suite 2000, Falls Church, Virginia 20530 and ask them to deny the appeal of Yuxin Mei Wang (A055 170 469).

This is the latest and we might or might not have the next hearing on Jan9.  Thank you for your continued support and prayers.


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« Reply #6 on: January 29, 2015, 09:58:14 AM »
Andrew - Did the January 9th hearing occur? 
"Every parent who has a child and they tuck him in at night, or her in at night, and they wish the best and only the best and they will always protect the child and do whatever they can, but most of the time they don't have to prove it. I'm in the proving grounds, to myself and to my child.  I have to get him home and I will do whatever I have to. I'll never stop to save him."  --David Goldman