By Erik Carter
Many fathers will accuse mothers of excessive use of alcohol in the mistaken belief that a mother must prove that she doesn’t drink too much.
In reality, every accusation must be supported by credible evidence.
The person making the accusation has the burden of proof of showing that there is some credible evidence (the standard varies from state to state, so check with your local men’s divorce attorney concerning this) that the accusation has some merit. If you can carry your burden of proof, then she must respond to the accusation.