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Is it Possible to Change a Parenting Plan After a Divorce in California?
Is it Possible to Change a Parenting Plan After a Divorce in California?

When you get divorced, you continue to be a parent. For some parents, working out a child custody agreement can take months of negotiations and hard work. However, the interests of your child change as they grow older and you and your ex move on with your lives, and you may ...

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