A ruling in an international custody case should be handed down as soon as Friday, and it will tell a woman whether or not she has to leave her native Canada and go to Georgia with her children, or if she is free to stay in Canada and have custody of them. The case has been going on since 2010, and there have been multiple rulings already. This should mark the end of the road for both sides.
Initially, the woman lost custody of her children to her husband because she struggled with a drinking problem. She now claims that she has put those problems behind her and that they are no longer going to be an issue.