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May 13, 2013: Rhiannon's peace and emotional stability is more important than "being right" with regards to having her adopted by her step father without my son's consent. He was advised to "give up" his law suit to reinstate his parental rights towards his daughter in the light that her mother and new husband have more resources available to make it a long drawn out and bitter struggle, to what end? So Rhiannon can feel like she's an object in a tug of war? Our thanks go out to all who helped us get as far as we could in the struggle. Rhiannon will one day understand that her father did not "abandon" her and that he did make an effort to reunite with her.
May 15, 2012 Update from Tosh Stone regarding the legal fee fund raiser.
April 29, 2012: This is a plea to help with legal fees to
appeal the illegal adoption of my granddaughter, Rhiannon Stone.
Tosh Stone, my son, has filed in the Nevada Supreme Court because
his rights as a parent had been taken away from him without due
process of the law. A donation of any amount would be appreciated
and blessed. You know I don't sell stuff on my site and I don't ask
for help all that often in the 12 years I've had this site up and
open to the public for free. I don't ask for myself, nor my son, but
for my granddaughter who deserves to know that her other side of the
family has not abandoned her. We love her and miss her desperately.
My son Tosh Stone is appealing the illegal adoption of his daughter Rhiannon. Her mother stated in court that she was unable to contact him. This is a falsehood. For the last 5 years Tosh has lived with me. I've lived in the same home, with the same phone number since 1987 and have had the same email address as long as email has been available. The mother of my granddaughter knew where I was well enough to drop Rhiannon off with me for weeks at a time when it suited the mother's purposes. My ClayMates will remember when I had my granddaughter staying with me.
I am not asking for myself, nor my son, but I too am asking for Rhiannon, who deserves to know her father did not abandon her but rather has been denied his rights as a parent. Please donate and help us pay for legal costs to help my son gain his rights as a parent returned to him. Thank you.
To donate to help with legal fees please go to http://www.indiegogo.com/ToshStone
a couple of year ago. She's 9 years old now but this is the most current
photo I have.
The mother taking my granddaughter out of state has deprived Rhiannon of contact with her father, brothers, grandmother, great grandmother, uncles, aunt, great aunts, and countless cousins on our side of the family.
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