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my girlfriend got a divorce back in October 2008; she has 2

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my girlfriend got a divorce back in October 2008; she has 2 children. There is joint custody, she has physical custody of the children. Her and the kids will be moving in to my house in 3 weeks. We currently are not engaged or married. Someone told her that this is not technically legal to do with the children. Is this correct?
Thanks for your question. You would need to have her check her decree. As long as there is nothing in it that forbids her from living with you here then she would be o.k. sometimes decrees have such restrictions. So tell here to be safe here and review it. Otherwise there is no prohibition against her living with you.I wish you good luck with the relationship.

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