Seems that the Mother in this case has done everything in her power to alienate the party’s daughters from Father. She has the children telling Father that he might be the biological Father, but their step-father is their actual Father. The Court agreed with Father that Mother is alienating him and sentenced Mother to serve six alternate weekends in June, July and August in jail while Father has visitation with the girls.
Mother is appealing this decision and remains out of jail while they await the decision. Even after all of this, according to Father, Mother is blaming him for her going to jail and it is further alienating the children from him. Mother is still refusing to agree to any kind of settlement regarding the visitation with Father and is making everyone’s lives a living hell. According to Father, the last thing he wants is for the parties’ daughters to see their Mother in jail.
Perhaps this Mother should not have the primary custody of the parties’ two children. In California, it is what is in the best interests of the children, and by all accounts, Mother’s actions in this case are not in the best interests of the children.