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Need advise about CASA homestudy

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Date: 23 Jul 2003
Time: 13:26:01
Remote Name: 12.218.219.59

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My ex husband is trying to get custody of our three children. He told the court that my oldest two's teachers called him and told him the reason the kids were failing school was because I was not helping them with their homework or cooperating with the teachers. My kids have had a very hard time since the divorce because of the things they are told by their step-mother who they met right after my ex left our house. My ex would not even pick them up for Christmas last year. My oldest has been in counciling for seven months and has been on Risperdol for about three months. My other child needs to start counciling this year because their dad told them that they were going to try and get custody of the kids. It upset the kids to feel in the middle and my son just buried his head in the couch and cried that he couldn't take it anymore. I feel their bad grades have to do with their emotional state. Even my oldest son's teacher said he finally started to participate more in class the last month of school. He even smiled. His councilor told me my son had thoughts of suicide and was severely depressed. I believe this year will be better for them. Anyway, my ex and his attorney asked for a home study by CASA to be done. What do they look for? I'm not worried because I keep a clean house and plenty of necessities. I'm just not sure what to expect. Any advise would be helpful.

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