[AZ Foothills] CREED frontman loses control and child custody; Kaine Fisher, Chairman of Rose Law Group Family Law Department, says there is still hope for Stapp


by Christina Tetreault | Arizona Foothills Magazine

CREEDScott Stapp, the former lead of CREED, has lost the custody of his three children and not-to-mention he also lost the rights to be in his house. Jaclyn, his soon-to-be ex-wife, is trying to get him involuntarily committed for 60-days. According to TMZ, Jaclyn says that Stapp has been taking a wide range of drugs including coke, weed, and meth. You may have seen many self-made videos of him over the internet.

We touched base with Kaine Fisher, local attorney and Chairman of the Family Law Department at Rose Law Group, and asked him to weigh in on this issue on Stapp’s mental and physical state and how it affects the current and future relationships with his family. Continued

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