Q: Can I have full custody if my ex is not feeding our girls right, or caring for them good enough?
Please i really need help. My soon to be ex husband used to work as a law enforcement for the last 15 years. He suffers from extreme ADHD which got him retired, even though he is been treated, he has problems sleeping, controlling his anger,and with concentration. My girls hate being with him,and always complain to me how not caring he is. He woke up at 2pm on school time, and he just wait for our girls to ask him what they need. He does not play with them, help them with homework and girls are in terrible distress asking me to take them home because he is just not nice. My girls are scared of him because he told them not to tell me anything if they do he will ask for full custody and they rather suffer with him because they dont want him to ask for full custody. He is retired now,and I paid him for everything he requested me. House ,car, paid his debts , paying $2,550 a month because I am the only one that works. Beside that he has threatened me as well.
A: You need to consult with and retain a family law attorney to assist you in whatever motions or pleadings that need to be filed. Most JUSTIA attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Contact one of us today and let us know that you found us on JUSTIA. Good luck.
B. Elaine Jones, Esq.
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