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Seek in Court

Started by dipper, Sep 09, 2015, 04:10:22 PM

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We go to court in two weeks.  Agreement from April was never followed through-on.  Several agreement conferences were postponed due to mother's illness.  Now, it appears they are not interested in a meeting as their attorney said she would talk with them and let us know- that was two weeks ago.

Currently we are operating under a 50/50 arrangement that was made last October.  We are wanting to seek primary custody. 

Question - if we seek primary and the judge does not agree to that, would he possibly drop it back to the 50/50?  Or...once we seek more will it be an all or nothing?


If you are seeking Primary Custody, Chances are, someone will receive Primary custody. I suggest have a great case with great documentation as to why you are seeking Primary custody. But you really never know what the court is going to do until its over. 


Basically courts are full of surprises if you don't know what you are getting into. Lawyers from an established family law firm are best because they are fighting cases like these from years and have ton of experience. Consulting will free you from all the doubts.