Whether or not a person is disabled is generally only marginally relevant to a custody determination. The physical and mental health of the parties is one of the best interest factors the court will look at, but there are a dozen other factors and abuse is also relevant. You need to consult with an attorney to get a better understanding of how custody laws work in Nevada and what you can expect from the court process.
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You may always defend against the proposed custody action to the best of your abilities.
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My colleague is correct. There is a lot more information that needs to be explained before anyone could completely explain to you the process and possible outcome. You certainly should consult with a family attorney.
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