My wife and I were in a custody battle for her 8 yr old son. Unbelievably the 3110 evaluator recommended 50% shared custody in July 2012. We opted to fight the recommendation and take the case to trial early this year but ran out of money. My wife and her son's Father opted to handle the custody arrangements outside of court and so the case was dropped. There is no documented or filed visitation plan. Since August of last year, my wife has had her son from Sunday afternoon until she drops him off at school on Friday. Basically she has him 75%. So if his Dad decided to fight her for more time but we can prove her son does much better in the current situation, would the 3110 evaluation still hold water. Does it expire if it was never adopted by the court?
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