Questions I should ask my attrny re: Custody?

Dear The Mommy:

Greetings. I have no idea what to tell you, since there is not a way for us to answer these every day. I would generally ask what you need to do and follow the advice to the letter. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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You can read my last post, below, re: my ugly situation.
Long story short:
I’m meeting attrny for first time today, about filing for sole custody.
I have to show the dad has shown no interested in our 33 month old, and that he is not safe/suitable for her to be around alone for every other weekend.
What questions do I need to lay out for my attorney, for our meeting this afteroon?
I get so emotional, I have a hard time staying on track, and time is money with her.