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what about not consenting to the order if my daughter can not be heard? she is the issue,(divorceed 2/08), order as shared custody....he has a live in paramor who has consistantly interfered with their relationship to the point she does not want to go there.
Much more to the story. I just dont want to be standing there by myself with both of them telling untruths and I can not defend myself for my daughter.
I only have till the 26th to answer the order,WHAT SHOUL I DO? WHATS MY NEXT STEP.
What happens after I deny?
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