Child Custody Drug and Alcohol Testing
It is quite common for parents in a child custody dispute to be reasonably concerned that the other is taking drugs or abusing alcohol. A parent can get a court-order requring the other party to submit to child custody drug and alcohol testing on a random or periodic basis. This might mean testing just prior to, or just after, a period of time in which the parent has sole custody of the child or children. You can register for urine or hair follicle testing, or sign up for a random testing program, at (888) 378-2499.