Proof of drug usage
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Proof of drug usage
I am about to start the process of divorcing my
wife. We have a child together. Problem is I am
almost positive my wife is using drugs. What
are my options when it comes to getting
evidence of her addiction?
Asked on August 27, 2018 under Family Law, Colorado
M.T.G., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 4 years ago | Contributor
What you need is an attorney to help. While I do not know what you mean by "starting the process", what generally happens is that a party files for divorce then makes an application for pendente lite relief - relief during the pendency of the action - for custody, support, etc. In that motion you can ask for drug testing as well. Good luck.
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