When any parent is going through a divorce, it’s always an incredibly difficult time for the family involved. It’s made much harder for everyone, however, when an ex-wife makes a father the target of a phony abuse allegation during that process. And this is an increasingly-common divorce scenario.
There are many reasons why a mother might decide to punish the father of her kids in this way, but the main one is that: whilst a father is trying to figure out how to fight a restraining order, he’ll likely make a mistake in the general custody court case. Or run out of funds trying to defend himself on two fronts. Or simply cave from the pressure of it all.
This article has been written to explain to you one important fact, and it’s one that you should be clear on:
Tens of thousands of American fathers are fighting a restraining order every year. And every year, tens of thousands of them win custody of their children.
I’m going to give you some practical tips that helped me win custody of my son when I was fighting a restraining order so that you can learn from my experience during your legal struggle.
Tip 1: An expensive lawyer isn’t always a good enough defense.
When I started out fighting a restraining order during my divorce, I was in the lucky position that I just went with the first available family lawyer I could find without having to worry too much about the …
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