FORT MYERS DIVORCE LAWYER | LEE COUNTY DIVORCE ATTORNEYS
Yes, they can. It depends on whether or not it officially pleads that there are some substance abuse issues or addiction issues going on with the other parent. It could be something as simple as a urine sample, or even hair follicle testing can be done before the court will grant any time-sharing rights with the other parent.
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