Civil Regulation Court docket adjusts listening to of Bilities’ baby custody case

By Winston Parley

The Monrovia Civil Court made an adjustment on the day it heard Mr Sidike Musa Bility’s application for permanent custody of his two minor children from his divorced wife, Warti Nancy Robinson – Bility, after the court found that Nancy did not submit her return (response) on Sidike’s information sheet.

Mr Bility’s attorneys have asked the court to grant him full and permanent custody of his two minor children as their mother, Nancy, has an adverse relationship with the children’s emotional, psychological, mental, physical health, stability, and safety.

His lawyers claimed that after the parties divorced, Nancy partied with friends on Facebook and even showed off her pregnant belly to the world on Facebook.

However, when asked to hear the file on Thursday, July 8, 2021, the court said that Nancy’s lawyers had failed to file their return on the file.

Therefore, the court rescheduled the hearing from Thursday to Monday, July 12, 2021, 9 a.m., as it was about the interests and well-being of innocent children.

She also noted that she would be interested in going into the details of the case so that her judgment or opinion could be based on sound information showing that the defendant had just filed her return and was not in the court’s possession was.

Bility has complained that the agreement to share custody of the children between him and Nancy is not in the children’s best interests.

He said that from the start of the custody split until the briefing was filed, Nancy consistently brought the children very late to school or sometimes not brought them to school every Monday, claiming that this behavior continued throughout the month of March.

He said he emerged from the divorce suit that he had previously filed against Nancy, that he had applied for preliminary custody to the court, and that he was notified of divorce proceedings on 20 March.

But Bility said Nancy handed the children over on February 15, 2021 when she was pleased, despite the court ordering the surrender immediately.

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