Tell us about a recent victory - leave out names and case numbers - but tell us how things went well.
by Ruth Tick
I'll tell you mine. A father had been trying for the past two years to have timesharing with his nine year old son. The mother had an attorney, he was pro se. He is a blue collar worker, literate, but probably without much college education (if any at all). After a lot of wrangling, discovery, back and forth, and dealing with the mother's rude and obnoxious attorney, their case went to trial. AND HE WON! Not only was he granted timesharing, he was granted primary custody, and the mother was ordered to pay child support.