she change her mind about custody agreement after her boyfriend change his main on there relationship and send her back to arizona
Did the child go with her to Idaho? If so, was this with your consent? Thank you.
no my kid staid with me in Arizona and docent want to live with her
I would suggest that you have an excellent chance of prevailing on the custody issue. I say this as her leaving to go to Idaho and leaving the child behind makes it look like the boyfriend was more important to her than the child. That being the case, my thought would be for you to focus on this issue. Simply make sure that the judge is aware that she left and that she left the child in your care during that time. As such, she clearly believes you to be a fit and proper parent for the child.
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I was already thinking about doing that . I was hopping to find a more solid and assuring way to go about ..sorry I love my kid and don't want to loss custody but if it is nothing more I THANK YOU for you responds and I will rate you answer so you can get pay thanks
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