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What Determines Child Custody?
What Determines Child Custody?

Whether you are married to the person you had children with or not, if you decide to split up, you will have to determine your child’s custody. Even if you decide to work out your arrangement out of court, it can get complicated. Establishing a court order with the other ...

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