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Thank-you for the response; just to piggy back on this question a little more. Would the fact alone that she had custody of both her sons from prior marriage and neither graduated from high school be strongly considered? No one in her immediate family in two generations has graduated from high school. Wouldn't the court recognize there is something really broken in this family strucure? She is not a druggie/alcoholic, not physically abusive, but litteraly her family has written the book on how to fail at life. Wouldn't this be considered of utmost importance in the "best interst of the child"?