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The family & friends of the Moser children are uniting to raise money to hire a lawyer to protect them from their father.Please help support

My Godchildren, Christian and Emily, along with their little brother Matthew are trying to raise the funds to be able to hire a lawyer in order to make it so their father will only have SUPERVISED visits (if that). After years and years of abuse, the courts not listening to their mother or any of us who have seen the abuse first hand, there is FINALLY a lawyer who is willing to not only listen, but fight for the kids rights. Their mother, Robin, has spent years trying to get someone to listen to her. Many reports have been made on the abuse, but nothing has helped. With all the evidence against their father, there is FINALLY a lawyer who is willing to set this right. The children do NOT want to be around their father anymore and are very afraid to be with him. Christian (11) has been punched multiple times, force fed (since he was 2 years old), dragged on the floor by his hair and called "GAY" because he plays soccer and is in Boy Scouts, along with many other abuse by his father. When the children go to stay with their father, they have to sleep on the floor and always come home with ripped clothes. Two of the children have talked about suicide and one throws a fit anytime they are told they have to go see their father.

Their mother has been fighting in the courts and has exhausted all of her funds, all the while going to school and working full time. She is unable to afford this new lawyer and so we are asking for your help. The last court appointed liaison was more than lazy in her work for the children and even with all of the evidence and against what the children’s therapist suggestion, she told the court she didn't see why the kids should be kept from the father. Everyone who talks to the children agrees, they need to be protected from him and if they have to see him that it should be with a court appointed liaison and supervised for a few hours at most. They need to be protected, please help us in protecting them before it's too late. Thank you
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