Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
The firm was successful in obtaining a Decision and Order which allowed the Father six (6) weeks of extended and unsupervised visitation with the minor child during the summer vacation. The Father was a stay at home parent during the marriage, who homeschooled the child and the primary care taker while the mother worked outside the home. In December 2012, the Father was forced to move out of the marital home and relocated to South Carolina to his family. The Father made an application to have extensive visitation with the child during the summer vacation which the Mother was vehemently opposed to, alleging that Father had a history of alcohol and substance abuse in the past. In order to prove otherwise, the Father voluntarily underwent substance abuse evaluation and testing and was cleared by the medical professionals. Also, various affidavits were submitted on Father’s behalf by family members and friends, attesting to mother’s false claims . Ultimately, among other things, the Father was granted six (6) weeks of unsupervised summer vacation with the child and unsupervised visitation with the child during his trips to New York.
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