We have joint custody and have been to court so many times ( he takes me to court consistently for no reason and the judge normally makes us settle out of court)...the last time we were in court the judge ruled that the attorneys are to be contacted first by the plaintiff and a settlement be reached without him ( if possible)
You should consult with your attorney. You have not stated any basis in your question to support an court ordered drug test.
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