This is a lovely audio recording I have from a couple years ago with the boys in Jackson, Mississippi. 🙂 I’m glad I have these things but I hope I will experience the real thing again soon as Karen’s dark, confused, tortured heart hopefully melts somewhat and allows me to see my children again, without my having to force her to do so.
Wesley and Elliott, I hope you have a lovely Christmas and get a lot of cool toys and whatever else you have asked for. I’m sure you deserve them. 🙂😉💜 I love you very much and think about you everyday. My life is not complete without you. I hope you are doing well and can’t wait to see you again and give you big hugs. Goodbye for now, Dad. 💜💜💜🎄🦌⛄🇨🇽🤶🎅
Sometimes life becomes overwhelming. When that happens, things start to change. We loosen our standards. We ease up on routines. We get distracted by whatever is apparently on fire at the moment. That’s life sometimes! And it is entirely understandable.
There are some tell-tale signs of a dysfunctional system. One of them is odor from rot or mildew. The good news is, you can fix it!!! 🙂 If you want to, that is. If you care enough to spend the necessary time, pay attention, become more mindful and present. But sometimes the odor has been there so long that you don’t even realize how badly you smell. To make matters worse, if you are the elected homemaker, you are likely inflicting the mildew smell on those for whom you care. I think that’s probably why it’s so crucial that the person doing the laundry in the home is the person best suited to the task, i.e., the person with the better sense of smell, the more sensitive person, the more attentive, thoughtful, caring person. Before you know it, things will be smelling April fresh in no time! 🙂
And sadly my request was denied. 🙂🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬
I officially have zero rights to my children thanks to Mississippi family law and my ex-wife.
I haven’t spoken with my children in over a year. I haven’t seen pictures of them since I last saw them. I have heard no peep from their mother or her mother. They are 100% blasting at conforming to silence. What a nice environment for children.
From: Ali J. Nabavi <ali>
Date: Sun, Nov 14, 2021, 3:27 PM
Subject: Fwd: Communications–Nabavi matter
To: WordPress (hourback) <kovo027nidu>
From: Trey O’Cain <trey>
Date: Sun, Nov 14, 2021 at 6:19 AM
Subject: Re: Communications–Nabavi matter
To: Ali J. Nabavi <ali>
Cc: Robert L. Spotswood <lawfirm218.agj>
I am not her intermediary. There is an order in place that prohibits you from having any contact with Karen at all.
At this time, the intention of the order, the intention of Karen, the intention of the lawyers, and the intention of the legal process following a final hearing on litigated matters is that the parties abide by the ruling of the court and move on. In your case, as painful as it may be for you, that means not having any further contact. Your time to ask questions and confront the issues before the court was on the day of trial. Unfortunately, you were not present, but your lawyer did an outstanding job for you in your absence. There is currently no avenue and no audience for you to ask Karen any questions.
On Nov 13, 2021, at 10:48 PM, Ali J. Nabavi <ali> wrote:
Thank you for contacting me. So far you are the only person who has the constitution or grit to actually converse with me.
On Sat, Nov 13, 2021, 5:54 AM Trey O’Cain <trey> wrote:
I have been informed that you have been attempting to contact Karen’s attorneys over the last several days.
Yes. And how does it make sense that you are involved with this situation? I am trying to communicate with my ex-wife through the channels presented to me and they’re diverting my communications to a guardian ad litem? How does that make sense?
Please note that Karen’s attorneys are ethically prohibited from any direct communications with you.
I beg to differ. I am unaware of any legal precedent that prohibits a person from contacting the representative of another person. I would like you to cite a law that prohibits these people from communicating with me. It is simply that they choose not to communicate with me. That is what I would argue. They are stonewalling just as my ex-wife has been for years.
Also, the matter is closed. If you have any need for discussions in relation to this case, I would first encourage you to speak with your attorney.
What would that benefit? I have already spoken with my attorney and he advised me to contact my ex-wife’s counsel in order to speak with her, since the idiot judge’s court order prevents me from contacting her directly that would be the only avenue available to me.
I will also make myself available to communicate with you as well within reason. My contact information is below. Call me if you have any questions.
I don’t know if I have any questions for you but I do have some for Karen. So how shall I get them answered? If you are putting yourself forward as her representative or intermediary then please confirm that and I will put all of my communications to you instead of her cowardly self or her irresponsible legal counsel. Otherwise, I don’t understand why I’m speaking with you now.
Kenneth T. O’Cain
O’Cain | Ginn, PLLC567 Highway 51, Suite C
Ridgeland, MS 39157
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