Former Gambling Addiction


If you end up litigating custody, the judge will make a determination on child custody after reviewing all of the evidence presented. Judges have a lot of discretion in child custody cases, and a gambling addiction will certainly be a factor that the judge will consider, although it is highly unlikely that a former gambling addiction alone would result in your spouse getting full custody. The judge order a custody schedule that is in the best interest of the child, considering all the factors involved in your case.