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When parents cannot agree on a custody arrangement, the court is left with a tough decision. The court will consider many factors when deciding to whom to award custody. In many cases, a consideration of the various factors results in an award of custody to the parent who has been the child's primary caretaker. The following checklist can help you and your attorney establish who has been the primary caretaker in your family
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No one ever expects to have to fight for their children, but the reality is that upon divorce, more of than not, one parent is named custodial parent and the other the non-custodial parent. If you find yourself in a custody dispute situation, the following information should be very helpful.
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