Marie - posted on 07/08/2013 ( 1 mom has responded )
I am a grandmother and my daughter is beginning her fight for custody of her newborn. She lived with the father of the child for 3 months. She had to call police to have he removed from home because he was becoming violent. Although he wasn't physically abusive, yet, he was verbally and destroyed property with his fists. He also would get in her face. She now has a temporary restraining order. He is in the military reserves and now has an attorney and wants to fright for custody. he says because he is a marine he will win. She is scared. She is a very loving mom. She has a job and her own apartment. She is able to provide a loving home for the baby and she has good family support. He is very controlling, has a shaky relationship with the few family members he does speak to. We also have reason to believe he may be practicing in illegal activity. What are the chances he will win just being in the military?