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FAQs About Child Custody During the Holidays
FAQs About Child Custody During the Holidays

When parents file for divorce , they must address child custody in their divorce decree. In fact, they will need to come to an agreement about child custody before a judge can sign off on their divorce and make it official. If parents cannot reach such an agreement, a judge ...

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    When parents file for divorce , they must address child custody in their divorce decree. In fact, they will need to come to an agreement about child custody before a judge can sign off on their ...

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