asiababy wrote:<<I just re-read platos post and realise this is irrelevant, sorry, but might help others>>
Now, I don't know anything about this group, I just come upon this kind of thing when doing work for my online business. Here is a link to a "single father group" in Taiwan.
It's all in Chinese. There are some contacts listed in the left column, if you scroll down you can see their telephone number and address.
Plato wrote:Could anybody inform me if they know any father's rights/ children's rights group in Taipei?
I am married to a Taiwanese woman. She lives in Taipei with our child. I live in my country in Europe.
After the child became 2 years old, she totally cut me off. I haven't seen my loved child for 3 years now. Negotiations through a lawyer failed. My wife and her family have refused to give me any information about the child these last three years. The only thing I know is that the child is still alive.
For me solving this family issue through a lawyer is not the right way, actually after trying it and failing, I understood its limitations. It takes lots of time and money. Any court decision about visitation rights and custody has to be enforced. Somebody really determined to totally cut me off the child, like my wife, wouldn't be afraid of court decisions. In our situation my negotiating position is much weaker than hers because she lives in Taiwan, and she is rich. Any court decision would not scare her. For every time she does not obey the court decision I would have to sue her from a distance of 10,000 km away!
This is the reason I am looking for a father's rights group or a children's rights group in Taipei. They should be able to give me better advice on how to deal with the issue than a lawyer. I am also looking for something more specific than the above: does anybody know of any organization private or governmental (social service or similar) than would try to visit my child in her mother's house and inform me about the conditions of living, the health of the child, the psychosocial development of the child and other basic information about her well being (It would also be helpful to know if the mother is still mentally stable or not).
GRC22 wrote:Hi Plato,
This thread on forumosa might help you:
How is my son going to be, growing up in Taiwan without me ?
http://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopi ... 96&t=83008
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