Q: My EX wife had full custody of kids can I take full custody from her if she get 4th DUI?
EX wife history, losing first kids, losing license for 15yrs, 3 DUI, 17 yrs ago. After 20 years marriage, witnessed her badly many mental ill, she was fine for 17 years perfect no drugs no alcohol, beautiful loving woman. 2016 she was giving new mental drugs and I don’t know what happened to her this time. she changes medications on average 2-4 year. her last medication made her snapped completely, literally became evil, dark, lair, and so angry can’t stand me or feel me home. She made big problems the last year lived together, set me up, hide my new lease to sign, We end evicted because of that, went to shelter, filed divorce. She was out of range literally Crazy. She laid about me to court said I beat her, abuse, pulled hair, smacked my one year old daughter. took advantage of my name and made me look so evil. She abuses Amphetamine, drink drive with kids, 4 days no sleep. If she go to jail can I take full custody, I never went to court, she had full custody. Thank you and please
A: What does your judgment of divorce say about legal custody? If you don't have joint legal custody, then if she went to jail, it's possible for the children to be placed in the care of someone else.
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