We had the family report writer interview both me and the ex husband who has taken me to court over where the children live. Currently the children spend 40% of their time with him. He insists he should have 50%. The memo from the family report writer is that the current arrangements continue for now which is what I think is best. The memorandum states that he made a number of allegations (that are clearly false and he has no evidence to support) at his interview including that I have a problem with alcohol and mental health issues that affect parenting. There were other false allegations as well. My question is will is false allegations backfire on him? Do judges and their associates generally see through the false allegations as the family report writer did? How do his false allegations help/ hinder his case? I am very happy to have any blood tests or doctors reports to show that they are false if it comes to that.