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Old 07-12-2006, 10:11 AM
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tycooke,

I suspect no custody order would be granted at a case conference.

Generally for a joint custodial regime to work in the best interest of the child, co-operation and communication between the parent's are a relevant consideration of the court. However, this is well known, and often a parent who wants sole custody can easily thwart communication and deliberately not co-operate. Courts are aware of this tactic.

I suspect your health is not really an issue even without medical evidence. Reason being your ex and yourself was a couple for a number of years and only became a problem to them when competing claims for custody and access are brought forth into the equation.

Don't let your ex push your buttons. Always be pleasant to them no matter what. Remain child centered.

Remember it is your child's right to a meaningful relationship to you.

lv