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I have Sole physical custody of my daughter and my ex-boyfriend

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I have Sole physical custody of my daughter and my ex-boyfriend and i share legal custody. He is wanting to change the custody to joint. The current child custody order has been set in place since 2006.

Unless he can show clearly and convincingly that there has been a change in circumstances affecting the child's best interests, the court will politely listen to his claim and the dismiss the action.

 

BotXXXXX XXXXXne, somthing really bad must be going on, otherwise, no change.

 

Hope this helps.

 

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