Q: My soon to be husband is trying to take full custody of the the kids I had told him I was gonna hurt myself out of spit
I will never do something like that to hurt my boys they are my world I had said it to hurt him he tried to have me backer acted but since I’m not suicidal they let me go in less than 20 hours he is putting the boys through too much and I can’t have him put them through more he had a 10 year affair with someone when the 1 of the boys was younger and now they r together again and she is putting him up to all of this what can I do to make sure I don’t lose my kids
A: Being you made those comments, your mental health will most likely be called into question. Any issues raised by your husband can be dispelled with a mental health evaluation if needed. Understand also that if you do not have a history of mental health issues, when people are breaking up sometimes they say things, sometimes very awaful things, that attorneys will attempt to capitalize on during the divorce. Judges are human too, and they understand that divorces are very emotional and take a toll on people. I would recommend hiring an attorney that understands these issues and knows how to navigate them in a divorce. We have been practicing family law in Central Florida for over 14 year and we offer free consultations.
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