My daughter's father is taking me to court to get full custody. We already have joint custody! What grounds would the father have to have to get full custody?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Carefully read the documents that you were served with. They probably set forth the legal and factual grounds. If they don't, you should consult with an attorney.
As Ms. Babcoke states they should be stated in the Petition to Modify Custody. Regardless, you should hire counsel to assist you. Contested custody cases are best handled with the assistance of a professional.