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In a custody battle in Oregon who should testify in court?

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In a custody battle in Oregon who should testify in court? The defendant is lying and we are trying to prove it. If a mother is plainly disinterested in her child is that still a fit primary caregiver? We are trying to prove that it is not her that raises the child, it's her mother.
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Estate Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 10 months ago.
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You say that the mother is not fit or disinterested, then you need to bring in her mother to testify. You also need to bring in any other witness you may have that could testify to the court from first hand knowledge that the mother is not properly caring for the child or is dumping the child off on others to care for the child.
So, anyone you have, besides yourself, with that first hand knowledge needs to be there to testify.

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