If you have some medical and witness support concerning your sobriety, you may wish to contact a family law attorney or legal aid for assistance in having your children placed back into your care.
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If the allegations are untrue, then you have a defamation action against him, except that if the only place he made these allegations was in court/court papers, those are not actionable. Tyhpically, though, as far as your family court matter, it is incumbent upon the proponent of that information to offer proof in court, although sometimes in family court it doesn't seem like it. By now, I assume you must have an attorney, so consult with the attorney. If you don't have one, consult one.
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