Going through a custody case, the mother is in WA state, the father is in OH. A Guardian Ad Litem was appointed to the case and when the report came out, everything was in the father's favor, even though there was no home study or interviews done with him since he is in OH. The report stated the mother was not bonded with the children as well as being inattentive with them which was seen at her home visit, her boyfriend has charges of domestic violence and drug abuse was also mention on both the boyfriend and mothers part. She has hired an attorney but after everything in the report I would be shocked if a judge gave her full custody, but since she hired an attorney we are nervous some strings could be pulled. Is any of this in the fathers favor?
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