Where a defendant father filed a motion to change custody and parenting time and motion to require the parties to complete psychological examinations, the appeal must fail because (1) the circuit court’s findings regarding the best-interest factors were not against the great weight of the evidence and (2) the circuit court did not abuse its discretion by denying defendant’s motion to require psychological evaluations.
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