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Could my husband’s lies of abuse hurt my custody case or do judges generally see through this type of thing?

| Feb 19, 2016 | Uncategorized

Q: I’m going through a divorce and my husband has claimed that I abuse him and even had a false order of protection issued. He said I hit him in front of the children. He’s really just trying to make me look unfit because his number one priority is his money. By the way, he’s a police officer!

A: David’s Answer: He has the burden of proof on. The issue, and if there were no witnesses and he has no other corroborating evidence, it seems like a tough thing for him to prove. One would think if he was an officer he would’ve called the police right away. Nevertheless, you should have a good attorney representing you in the case. Thus, call an Orange/Westchester Divorce attorney to schedule a consult. David Bliven, Westchester Divorce Attorney.

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