Her Mother Agrees Because she is Going Into the Military Joint custody is when parents who do not live together have equal say in making life decision for the child. Parents can have joint custody if they are divorced, separated, or not living together. If both parents agree to share custody of the child, then… Continue reading →
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Amy Montes on Wednesday, August 13th, 2014
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