My spouse and I currently have temp joint custody. My daughter became sick and it turns out that her fathers girlfriend tested positive for COVID. He never told me and she was around her. Awaiting the results but if my daughter comes back positive, is that reason to request sole custody or less visitation?
No, being around a Covid positive person or the fact that your daughter was around her father’s girlfriend is not, by itself, enough to request sole custody or less visitation.
If the girlfriend, for example, is not a safe person for your child to be around or your child is in danger being around her, then that would be good evidence for you to use at a permanent custody trial showing that the father is not capable of making decisions in the child’s best interest.
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