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Old 07-08-2017, 08:34 PM
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trinton has a little shameless behaviour in the past

ex's lie in family courts as the judge doesn't require the other parent to prove their story beyond a reasonable doubt - the judge simply has to decide whose story is more believable, of course. You're lawyer (or yourself) can out the other parent on the stand and get them to confess the truth. This is known as cross examinations. Lawyers are good at this especially how often they are lied to by parents and witnesses, 3rd parties, and other lawyers.

That being said, judges generally require evidence for things. if they say you threatend them with a knife or something crazy like that, it would have to be proven. To prove that they would have had to report it to the police and you would have had to be charged with uttering threats. Many cases of parents being asked to provide evidence of simple things such as flexible work schedule.

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