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Would the court listen to the past 1 1/2 years after the divorce?
I was married for 12 years and then on Christmas day of 2011 she told me she was having an affair--I filed for divorce immediately.
Moved out of the house and back into the renal property and he left his wife and moved into my old house the next day
2 Therapists were concerned to what my ex was doing to my daughter
My ex has confirmed in writing the my daughter states that she does not like her boyfriend..
The ex last year also left on vacation with this man over mothers day and it hurt my daughter greatly.
Not sure what they listen to but I have everything documented with emails.
Last question and thanks for your help---how long does it typically take to get a court date to listen to this type of request?
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