If i submitted 2 clean urinalysis in my granddaughters custody case can i refuse a hair test ?
1 attorney answer
It is hard to answer your question. A person who is subject to a valid court order needs to obey the court order. It is not clear whether you're required under a court order to do what's asked of you. Perhaps it's a requirement of your son living with you or allowing the child contact with you.
However, if you're being subjected to unwarranted demands, you should talk to your son's attorney. If he does not have an attorney, you should consult with your own attorney, and bring copies of all the court orders in your son's custody case.
A court order is valid even if you think it's "wrong". If you think a court order is "wrong" you need to go back to court under proper procedures and ask the judge to change it.
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