My daughter is going through a divorce, her mother in law works for the courthouse here in our town... She is typing up papers for my son in law and digging up court records on a young man my daughter is seeing. My
Son in law is constantly harassing my daughter and threatening to get full custody of the kids while in the mean time he and his mother who works in the courthouse have let his daughter from his first marriage who is a known prostitute and meth head take his daughter off knowingly that she is court ordered to stay away from the daughter...
I would focus on convincing the judge in his divorce case to award the majority of the timesharing to your daughter. It sounds as if the mother in law is simply accessing public records which anyone can access and maybe assisting her son with completing forms so it is probably not worth attempting to involve her. I do think that, based upon the husband's previous conduct, your daughter has some good evidence to use at a temporary and ultimately a final hearing against the husband. I would urge you to retain a qualified local attorney to assist your daughter with her case. These types of cases are very complicated and involved and it is always best to be represented. I regularly handle family law cases in Jacksonville and will be happy to answer any questions you may have. If interested, just click the Comment or Contact This Lawyer button.
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