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custody of my child?
Im about to be judge for child support but i want to see if a can get the custody of my child because she is asking for child support but at the same time she had another children also my son but he just turn 18 the police catch him selling drugs and they get him his now on provation he start doing this when his mom got the custody when he was with me he didnt do any of this he use to have very good grades i was always on him making sure that he become a good man and i want to see if i can get her custody because i dont want her to fallow my other son steps while shes with her mom
Asked on June 19, 2009 under Family Law, Texas
B. B., Member, New Jersey Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 14 years ago | Contributor
Courts don't like changing child custody, because most family court judges understand that a change in where they live is hard on a child, no matter what. Custody changes happen only where there's a clear necessity for the child's best interests, in most states.
I think you might have a chance at winning this one, though. I'm not a Texas lawyer, and for reliable advice, you're going to have to get into a lot more detail about the facts of this case. So you need some one in your area, and you can find qualified attorneys at our website: http://attorneypages.com
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