Unfortunately, there is no certain way of evaluating the "chances" of anyone winning sole custody. The courts look at a variety of factors in determining conservatorship. In order to best evaluate your case and your options you should consult with an attorney. By consulting with an attorney you will be able to provide the attorney with all the pertinent facts and the attorney will be better equipped to provide you with viable options.
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