So in my situation I got kicked out of my mother's house and for my son's best interest I came to the conclusion that it was best that he stay with his father who I'm not with anymore. We both agreed that for a year our son would be with him and then I can get him back. Now my ex is going back on his word so we have a court date this coming Monday and it's up to the judge
Your question is ridiculous although well intended; how would a stranger on an internet cite know what a judicial officer would rule with only one fact: that father agreed to give child back to mother. If that's your argument, it's a loser. You have to show which parent's custody would be in the child's best interest.
In Orange County , constant and frequent contact with both parents is always encouraged unless it is not in the best interest of the child.
You may not get your child right away but you should do everything the Court orders you to do to gain back 50 percent or more physical custody and joint legal custody. If you can afford it hire an attorney to help you navigate through the family court system.
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