Yes it is admissible. You are a party to the case and it can be used.
My questions are these:
Is my diary from rehab admissible in court? It was used therapeutically to work through my addiction which really bothers me. Examples of things that were said in the diary were admitting drinking the day we picked up my daughter from the hospital etc. (I am not proud of such things, I did them during my addiction which I am proud to say that I am in recovery now.)
If he had your password, he did NOT hack into your email. He read your email. That is a different situation. He can use the emails. You can try to destroy the credibility of the email but you are not ALLOWED to lie to the court.
Is he able to use those conversations in which obtained conversations by hacking into my accounts in court? Can I argue that he had my password and could have pretended to be me to be me in order to get evidence against me?
They very well could.
Will these things make a difference in the custody decision?
That is NOT true. Because you were in rehab during some of that time and dad was there.
How much weight does a judge put on the parent who was primary caretaker for the majority of the children's lives? (I did everything for the children for our entire four year marriage)
Where are the children currently? Apparently with dad. How do you know he let them lapse? Were they private accounts? Why aren't you paying any of it?
My husband also let the car insurance and health insurance lapse after he signed an affidavit not to change anything. My children and I are without health insurance. I always organized and handled the accounts and finances. Since the divorce started it has all gone downhill. Will the judge consider the fact that he can't manage important accounts into the custody decision?
I would also like to say that my kids are currently in daycare and I am asking for primary physical custody so that they can spend their days with me instead of a stranger. My husband prefers they stay in daycare because he is out for blood, hates me and wants to win.
Truthfully there are many good reasons for children to be in daycare including when one parent is an addict and violent. Then there are socialization reasons and what not.
Parents should remember 3 things: Love your kids more than you hate your ex; when you have children the relationship with the other parent is until death; your children determine what type of nursing home you end up in.
Nothing stated by me should be taken as giving you legal advice or forming an attorney/client relationship.
Attorney-GAL in Ohio.
I've removed the knife from my back, polished it, and will one day return it -- long after you think I have forgotten.