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Is a divorced women who has full custody of her child allowed

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Is a divorced women who has full custody of her child allowed to have a boyfriend sleep at her house/apartment without any danger of her ex husband attempt to try and take her child away from her due to the fact that the boyfriend stayed there?
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A custodial parent would not be prohibited from having guests over while they had physical custody of the children unless there was something in the custody agreement that specifically stated this. This is assuming that the boyfriend didn't have any legal restrictions on being around children (i.e. convictions for child molestation).
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As long as the child is not exposed to any type of harmful activities, then the custodial parent has a right to associate with anyone they choose to.
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