Apparently my coparent has moved yet again per what my small child told me and has moved 3 times in the last 3 months. My child never knows where Dada's going to stay or who he's going to leave her with. She said this time that he moved and lives with people that she can't remember the names of. (I know he does drugs and hangs out with those type of people, yet custody evaluator did not even investigate it.) She tells me things voluntarily. It's worthless to tell the decisionmaker who never slaps his hands and charges me lots of money when I'm not the problem. Should I file some sort of motion? Am I allowed to file a motion with a decisionmaker on the case. Again, the decisionmaker won't even slap his hand.
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I agree with Dan that you need a family law attorney and I am referring all of my clients to him due to some health concerns that I am having, so yo could not be in better hands.
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