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Mother Stops Substance Abusing Father From Getting Unsupervised Parenting Time

Our divorce attorneys represented Wife in a divorce case in which Husband attempted to deny his alcohol and drug abuse history during custody proceedings.

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We represented wife in a divorce case involving four minor children and an alcoholic Husband in denial who sought equal custody timeshare with the children. Our attorneys successfully opposed Husband’s requests and established appropriate boundaries and review hearings to follow up on Husband’s random drug and alcohol screens, on his participation in a 12 step program and accountability to his program sponsor, etc…before permitting unsupervised visitation.

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Mother Stops Substance Abusing Father From Getting Unsupervised Parenting Time

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