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Ok. My problem with him is that he is physically unstable meaning he has no car, no real home, no car seat, no working telephone number and prior to the first court appearance he disappeared for six months and to this day, he rarely calls to even check on my daughter let alone request to see her. The reason behind his claim is anger because I am currently in a relationship with someone else. He's asking for parenting time modification but as stated before he rarely calls or has a cell phone number thats in service. And I have the phone records to prove it. In your expert opinion, what will most likely happen during the hearing? What should i expect?
Ok. Thank you very much! You have completely eased my mind. Thank you
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