Well the first step is to proceed to social services and or the family advocates office to request a report from them as to the living circumstances of the child.
the mother isn't doing drugs ect. but leaves the child with her mother, to go to clubs till morning hours every weekend...
In my opinion this is not enough of a reason to award primary custody to the father.
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