November was another great month. Through petitioning the court to have the children interviewed (2 boys under the age of 13) the judge was able to determine that that the mother had been lying about how much time she spent with her children. Additionally, the interviews revealed that the mother failed to keep a clean house and had even shoplifted in front of one of the children. The Court admonished the mother to come to a stipulated custody agreement with the father having primary physical custody or risk attorney’s fees for maintaining a frivolous law suit. The father played the role of the better person and did not request attorney’s fees because he did not want to financially injure the mother. All in all, is was a great day in court where the facts came out without wasting a lot of money on discovery because we sought interviews and saved our client a lot of money in legal fees.