It really depends on what you put in your affidavit some of what you are writing about would be considered hearsay, but when it comes to arguing in family court, judges tend to allow more hearsay things in if it is in the best interest of the minor child. Your main focus needs to be on what is in the best interest of the minor child. You might consider having your daughter evaluated by a court monitor and then letting a judge hear it from your daughter either through direct testimony or through a report by the monitor
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