My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Kentucky
Serious inquiry! My wife lost custody of her children, long story, and has no visitation rights. The courts did NOT deem her a bad parent. It was a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. ANYWHO, we found out that the custodial parent, their father, admits to being addicted to drugs. He actually admitted to it in front of a group of people and to my wife over a phone conversation. What can we do to petition the courts for a drug test and possible overturn custody rights? What would be the steps.
I know that you are to have proof that they are on something to bring to the courts but we have none, only his word of admittance.
Any and all information would be greatly appreciated! (Do not have lawyer and no money to really pay for one either, but I know with civil cases you need not a lawyer.)