I have video recordings and text messages of the "custodial parent" saying to my child " ya mom is gonna commit suicide" and "ya mom is homeless" etc. video of him encouraging the child to act disrespectfully towards me and proof that he keeps the child out at 1am/2am weekdays while he is drinking. I have proof that he has ruined property of mine in front of the child and the child stated to me that he beats them. The child is 8 yrs old.
note: the "custodial parent" is a major narcissist and has continously gotten away with doing all of these things with me allways coming out as a liar. I have never lied about anything! I am angry as this was a very abusive relationship. Living with the abuser having custody of my child is horrific ! The guardian (childs lawyer) believes the "custodial parent" has done nothing wrong because the child for example wont remember a specific date/month or would switch minor details so ima liar as far as theyre concerned and its hard for me to keep composure. Man If looks could kill !
Is my newfound video and recordings enough to go back and file for & maybe win custody if custody was given on consent? (Due to domestic abuse & relocation issues)
A lawyer would need to review all the evidence before answering your question.
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