In a divorce case, yes. Clients are almost always advised to try to take action in divorce court to get their child protected. You have all the ways to protect your child that you need in divorce court. If it was a criminal act that occurred at that point and it was confirmed in a variety of ways, then, at that point, potentially we would contact law enforcement or Family Services.
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