he can file for a modification of custody, but the burden of proof he would have to overcome, would make it impossible, he would have to show a "significant change in circumstances" since the previous order, meaning you either have become a drug addict or an unfit parent. If the children are over 14, their choice would be a factor, but aside that he cannot win
so he can't toss a divorce settlement. he claims the residing judge was his uncle that hates him
What a relief.
Thank you very much for you help.
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