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I have a restraining order on my exhusband and due to mental illness at the time of our divorce I allowed him to have full custody.

1 Answers. Asked on May 18th, 2017 on Child Custody - Utah
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I want to file for joint custody now but I want to know if there is anything that could prevent me from getting joint custody or if he could fight it.
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Answered on May 19th, 2017 at 7:38 AM

A lot depends on what proof you have of your facts, and how long it has been since the original order was entered. You may be able to file to modify the orders, and seek joint custody, but your ex could fight. But whether he might fight or not should not be any reason for you to NOT seek your full custodial rights.

Your situation involves major factual and procedural issues. These are issues that we can discuss.

If you are interested in pursuing the matter further, I off an initial 1/4 hour consultation without charge, and a 1/2 hour consultation for $50. If you want to set an appointment for the initial consultation, feel free to telephone, or email, my office; if you are outside of the Salt Lake area, we can handle all of this by phone.



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