Serving as Family Law Attorney leads to having information that you wish you did NOT have.
From swinging key parties to recreational substance abuse, the surprises just keep coming. I am constantly surprised at what “normal” people are doing, even your neighbors.
One way to judge your actions is to ask yourself “Do I pass the SleepOver Challenge?” This simple test is whether you would allow your child to go to a sleepover at the neighbor’s house if they were doing what you were doing.
If you answer “yes,” then a Judge would likely be okay with your conduct (assuming you are in the bounds of societal norms). If your answer is “no,” then it’s time to re-examine what you are doing.
And, if you are engaging in some really bizarre behind closed doors conduct, just disregard this, keep it to yourself and don’t invite anyone for a sleepover.
Matthew Thompson is a Child Custody Attorney practicing Family Law in Mississippi.
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You may also contact Matthew with your family law case, question or concern at (601) 850-8000 or Matthew@bowtielawyer.ms.
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