Q: can he re-nig on the letter he wrote and signed that i recorded him writing and signing
My husband and i are married and live together with our two year old. there is so much toxicity and i want to move our two year old out to nevada and not share custody. He has little to no bond with her . he is obsessed with his phone .. OBSESSED. the apartment is roach infested and has huge cracks in the walls and ceilings and should be condemned according to one of the men that the landlord tried to get to work on the bldg but he doesn't feel the buldding is safe to do remodeling on cuz of the cracks in the walls etc. i have a four bdroom 2 bathrroom house on an acre of land in pahrump nevada which is waaay safer and quieter than pueblo colorado that my grampa is GIVING ME to live in for FREEv i just need to pay utilities trash etc. my husband refuses to see how much better off we would be if we moved and refuses to allow it. but one day he got so mad at me he wrote and signed a letter (igot it video taped) stating im allowed to move outof state with our kid and live there
A: You could attempt to use the letter to justify a move, however he may claim duress. It sounds like he may have written the letter in an emotional moment. Also, not knowing what he has to say about the situation precludes any kind of assessment of the strength of your position.
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