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My stepdaughter recently left her boyfriend, they have two

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My stepdaughter recently left her boyfriend, they have two kids together. They live in Nebraska, and there is a possiblity she may want to come home to Georgia or Florida with the kids. No legal paper work has been done. What does she need to do to make this happen?
This is simple. Since they aren't married and there are no orders this is what she does. She packs up the ice chest and the car seats and she can leave here. She has sole custody since they aren't married and should leave before he decides to file here. I see this as a great thing to go where you have relatives that can help you and support you. I would go as soon as you can make arrangements to do so. Good luck here..


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