Phoenix, AZ asked in Family Law for Arizona

Q: If a parent brought a letter supposedly written by their child stating that the other patent touched her inappropriately

And the matter is closed and judge states it was merit less. Can the falsely accused parent accuse the other parent and ask for more or full custody?

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Mike Branum
Mike Branum
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  • Saint George, UT
  • Licensed in Arizona

A: Can you? More than likely. Should you? Probably not unless you have specific evidence of why the other parent is not a fit parent. Unfortunately, many adults completely lack the ability to co-parent. Hopefully since the other parent's accusations were found to be meritless, the other parent will stop their shenanigans and the two of you can focus on doing your best to produce a well-adjusted young adult out of your child. Energy spent fighting amongst yourselves would be much better expended striving to successfully co-parent.

Angela Duhon Esq. agrees with this answer

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