West Valley City, UT asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Utah

Q: How do you get a custody order reversed that was falsified? What can you do when they intercepted mail and had no idea?

My fathers ex girlfriend while living with him went to the courts and filed for custody of my sister claiming she didn’t know where he was. And would get all the mail and summons to appear and hid it from my dad so they granted her full custody. Jump forward a year and she assaults my dad again and calls the police and has him arrested and he gets the domestic violence in the presence of a child even though he is disabled and over 60 and she is late 30 early 40 and has been to jail multiple times for assaulting him even running him over with the car. She did a year in jail for that one. How do we get that reversed?

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Chase Van Oostendorp
Chase Van Oostendorp
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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • St. George, UT
  • Licensed in Utah

A: This is a tricky situation. There are ways to undue orders, especially those that were obtained under false pretenses. Please see Utah R. Civ. P. 60.

This seems to be a complicated issue. I would advise you to talk with a lawyer who is familiar with domestic issues like this.

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