It's a long story. You're probably going to get a whole lot of versions of it from some of the folks on the opposite side of the fence from where I stand, but the short of it is as follows.<quoted text>I don't mean to pry, but what happened to cause her to lose custody of her own child?
It's funny, but when women get custody, it's expected and no one makes a big deal of it, but when a man gets custody, he's a saint etc. Odd.
Florida law provides for the standard for filing of a supplemental petition for modification to be met if there is constant and substantial disagreement between parents on key issues regarding the child, such as healthcare and education. Florida law also provides for the standard to be met if proof can be shown that one of the parents exhibits a pattern of behavior that the court may determine to be detrimental to the overall upbringing of the child(ren). Contempt of court fits that like a glove and my ex had been found in contempt of court 4 separate times prior to the filing of my supplemental petition for modification.
After all the material and testimony evidence was presented, a female judge agreed with me more than she agreed with my daughter's mother. So, I was awarded custody.