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  1. I have sole custody of my two children, we have had an ongoing restraining order against my ex husband and my children’s biological father for almost 3 years now. He was granted no contact and then after his parents hired him an attorney it was changed to supervised visits which he has not excercised in 2 years. He has a diagnosed mental illness and a long history of mental illness issues, substance abuse and domestic violence. He has struggled with taking care of himself, cannot/will not work and is not mentally capable of taking care of his children. Since the birth of our children he had neglected and abused our oldest who at the time was 2 and a half years old. The last time my children had a supervised visit was at ages 9 months and 3 years old. My children are now 5 and 3, and now calls my fiancé dad. I am thankful to be in a loving, co parenting relationship with my fiancé and my children have flourished with the love and support of my new significant other. He is the only dad they know, they recognize and my 5 year old hasn’t talked about the trauma of “daddy hitting me” “daddy hurt me” etc. for almost 2 years now. My ex in-laws have made this entire legal process difficult. Their son is an adult 35 years old, and was incapable of making decisions and attempting to maintain being in my children’s lives, he wasn’t going to counter my restraining order after he physically abused my oldest therefore his parents hired attorneys and have since over the last 3 years have been trying to get my restraining order dropped, and trying to force their son to see my children and trying to fight me legally on behalf of their son using him as the “client”. My fiancé and I would love for my fiancé to be able to adopt my children however with my ex in-laws controlling my ex husbands life, money, and legal team it will be very unlikely he himself would sign over his rights. He is mentally unfit to parent, he has proven he isn’t even capable of attending supervised visits or maintaining mental health treatment and continuing his substance abuse issues. I’ve been told over and over again Oregon doesn’t and won’t terminate parental rights. I want my children growing up in a loving environment, with a loving and supportive family which they have thanks to my family and my fiancé’s family. They are growing, healthy and happy and trying to “reunite” or Allowing “biological parents rights” to take precedent over the health and well-being of such beautiful children who have recovered from the trauma and neglect is absurd. Has anyone else overcome such issues? We are not wealthy and don’t have thousands of dollars to try to fight my ex husband and in-laws in court over keeping my children safe and happy and secure with their new lives and relationships and keeping the abusive, neglectful and toxic people out which could potentially lead to our deaths. (YES my ex husband has made actual multiple threats against my life and even my children’s lives) help.
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